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Del Norte County, California Points of Interest

Map of California State Historical Marker Locations in Del Norte

Del Norte County Historical Markers

Del Norte County Cemeteries
Brother Jonathan Cemetery
This memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the wreck of the Pacific Mail steamer Brother Jonathan at point St. George's Reef, July 30... [click for more]

Del Norte County Historic Homes & Houses
Battery Point Lighthouse
The Battery Point Lighthouse is one of the first lighthouses on the California coast. Rugged mountains and unbridged rivers meant coastal travel was e... [click for more]

Del Norte County - General Interest
Camp Lincoln
A United States military post was established here September 12, 1862 by the men of Company G, 2nd Regiment, Infantry, California Volunteers, to keep ... [click for more]

Crescent City Plank And Turnpike Road
This was the route of the Crescent City Turnpike, constructed in 1858. Following the present Elk Valley Road to Old Camp Lincoln, it then crossed the ... [click for more]

Fort Ter-Wer
Site of Fort Ter-Wer, United States military post established October 12, 1857 by First Lieutenant George Crook and the men of Company D to keep peace... [click for more]

Old Indian Village at Pebble Beach, Crescent City
At the time of white contact the principal villages of the native Tolowa Indians of northern Del Norte County were located at Battery Point in Crescen... [click for more]

S.S. Emidio
Nearby are portions of the hull of the General Petroleum Corporation tanker S.S. Emidio, which on December 20, 1941 became the first casualty of the I... [click for more]

This page last updated: 11/11/2009