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Yuba County, California Points of Interest

Map of California State Historical Marker Locations in Yuba

Yuba County Historical Markers

Yuba County - General Interest
Bok Kai Temple
Dedicated March 21, 1880, this building replaced the first temple built nearby in the early 1850s. It has been a Chinese community project since 1866,... [click for more]

Johnson’s Ranch
The first settlement reached in California by emigrant trains using the Emigrant ('Donner') Trail, this was an original part of the 1844 Don Pablo Gut... [click for more]

Marysville Assembly Center, Temporary Detention Camps for Japanese Americans
The temporary detention camps (also known as 'assembly centers') represent the first phase of the mass incarceration of 97,785 Californians of Japanes... [click for more]

Overland Emigrant Trail
Over a hundred years ago, this trail resounded to creaking wheels of pioneer wagons and the cries of hardy travelers on their way to the gold fields. ... [click for more]

The first building at Smartsville (the post office is called Smartville) was built in the spring of 1856 by a Mr. Smart. The Church of the Immaculate ... [click for more]

In 1855, Timbuctoo was the largest town in eastern Yuba County. At the height of its prosperity it contained a church, theater, stores, hotels, and sa... [click for more]

Wheatland Hop Riot of 1913
The Wheatland Hop Riot was one of the most important and well-known events in California labor history. A bloody clash occurred at the Durst Ranch on ... [click for more]

This page last updated: 11/11/2009