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Kings County, California Points of Interest

Map of California State Historical Marker Locations in Kings

Kings County Historical Markers

Kings County Historic Homes & Houses
El Adobe De Los Robles Rancho
This restored adobe, second oldest in San Joaquin Valley, was built by Daniel Rhoades, who came to California in 1846 by overland caravan. Rhoades and... [click for more]

Kings County - General Interest
Founded in 1856 by L. A. Whitmore, who operated the first ferry to cross the Kings River, Kingston became stopping place for Butterfield stages after ... [click for more]

Location of the Famous Mussel Slough Tragedy
Here on May 11, 1880, during a dispute over land titles between settlers and railroad, a fight broke out in which seven men-two deputy U.S. marshals a... [click for more]

This page last updated: 11/11/2009