“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in San Joaquin County, California

Clickable Map of San Joaquin County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> San Joaquin County, CA (138) Alameda County, CA (654) Amador County, CA (184) Calaveras County, CA (131) Contra Costa County, CA (477) Sacramento County, CA (390) Stanislaus County, CA (116)  SanJoaquinCounty(138) San Joaquin County (138)  AlamedaCounty(654) Alameda County (654)  AmadorCounty(184) Amador County (184)  CalaverasCounty(131) Calaveras County (131)  ContraCostaCounty(477) Contra Costa County (477)  SacramentoCounty(390) Sacramento County (390)  StanislausCounty(116) Stanislaus County (116)
Stockton is the county seat for San Joaquin County
Adjacent to San Joaquin County, California
      Alameda County (654)  
      Amador County (184)  
      Calaveras County (131)  
      Contra Costa County (477)  
      Sacramento County (390)  
      Stanislaus County (116)  
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1 California, San Joaquin County, Acampo — Chism Cooper Fugitt and Elizabeth (McWilliams) Fugitt
Chism Cooper Fugitt brought his family to Davis' Crossing on Dry Creek California in 1852. He founded a new town called Fugitt and became the first postmaster in 1859. The town was renamed Liberty after Chism and Elizabeth's hometown in Missouri. . . . Map (db m220292) HM
2 California, San Joaquin County, Acampo — Dogtown Cemetery
Quarter of a mile due north of Glenview Cemetery and west of Justice School was a pioneer town called Mackville. Later the town's name was changed to Dogtown because of the numerous stray dogs that were let loose by their retirement from the . . . Map (db m220290) HM
3 California, San Joaquin County, Acampo — Liberty California
was established just west across what is now U.S. 99 by C.C. Fugitt in 1852. It was first known as Davis Crossing, then Fugitt's and finally Liberty in 1859. By 1869 Liberty was an important stage stop between Stockton and Sacramento. During its . . . Map (db m178004) HM
4 California, San Joaquin County, Acampo — Liberty Flag Pole
In the honor of liberty and freedomMap (db m220291) WM
5 California, San Joaquin County, Acampo — Louis Andreas? - 1846
Louis, a member of the Michel LaFamboise 1832 Hudson's Bay fur brigade, camped nearby while working his way back home in the Willamette region of Oregon. Upon passing away in the night, his Negro slave and traveling companion buried him here with . . . Map (db m151174) HM
6 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — Athearn School Bell
Bell hung in old Athearn School from 1877 to 1939. Monument erected and dedicated by Clements 4H Club 1953Map (db m81692) HM
7 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — Clements Elementary School
In 1869, about a mile NW from here, the first brick school house was erected on the second flat of the Mokelumne River bank and retained the name from the original little wooden school house on the first flat, Prince Athearn School. Then in 1877 . . . Map (db m151212) HM
8 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — David S. Terry
"David S. Terry sold Charles Clements the ranch in 1871 where Clements now stands. Terry, Texas Ranger, 49er, California Supreme Court Justice and Confederate General became in 1888 husband and attorney for Sarah Hill, "The Rose of Sharon". In a . . . Map (db m151211) HM
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9 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — Glenview Cemetery
In 1890 pioneers of the Town of Clements, Thomas Clements and Stillman Magee gave a deed and one dollar bill with a request that the cemetery be named after the Clement's family farm in Ireland. In 1895 it was incorporated and named Glenview . . . Map (db m151209) HM
10 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — History of Clements Buckaroos
It was 1938 ranchers Lee Bluck, Jack Granlees and Art Burger (manager of the George R. Clements merchandising store) came up with a plan for a pleasure riding club. The three men held a meeting at the Clement's schoolhouse to see if others were . . . Map (db m220248) HM
11 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — James B. Anderson
To honor James B. Anderson Pvt. Co. D. 364th Inf. 91st Div. An American Soldier He rests in the "Argonne", France, where he fell fighting for his country Dec, 4, 1894 - Oct. 4, 1918 Map (db m193549) WM
12 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — 155 — Lone Star Mill
First built in 1855 by Hodge and Terry. Burned in 1856 and was rebuilt on it's present site. Purchased by S.L. Magee and was operated by him for the next 25 years when it was abandoned for lack of business. Erected by Clements 4-H Club . . . Map (db m157685) HM
13 California, San Joaquin County, Clements — Mackville Road Bridge
County of San Joaquin Mackville Road Bridge Dedicated to the citizens of the Clements and Lockeford areas and San Joaquin County, January 1977 Board of Supervisors George L. Baker • Norman D. Shumway • Adrian C. Fondse • Clifford . . . Map (db m151208) HM
14 California, San Joaquin County, Escalon — Campo Bravo Arena
Frank Vaz Borba was born near Visalia in Goshen, California on February 17, 1927. He was a son of Portuguese immigrants from Terceira Island Azores that cave him the passion for brave bulls. In Frank's blood was the instincts of a true fighting . . . Map (db m183454) HM
15 California, San Joaquin County, Farmington — Farmington Odd Fellows Lodge #296 Reported missing
Built in 1881, the building was bought by the newly instituted Lodge on July 11, 1882. The upstairs has served continuously as a meeting hall since then. Dedicated on October 8, 1994 Tuleburgh Chapter #69, E Clampus VitusMap (db m16623) HM
16 California, San Joaquin County, French Camp — 935 — California Chicory Works
The partnership of C.A. Bachmann and Charles H.W. Brandt, formed in 1885, was the largest chicory supplier in America while operating at this site during the 1890's. Chicory roots are roasted, ground, and used as a mixture with or substitute for . . . Map (db m156499) HM
17 California, San Joaquin County, French Camp — 668 — French Camp
Here was the terminus of the Oregon-California Trail used by the French-Canadian trappers employed by the Hudson’s Bay Company from about 1832 to 1845. Michel La Framboise, among others, met fur trappers here annually where they camped with their . . . Map (db m15957) HM
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18 California, San Joaquin County, French Camp — William Campbell1841-1934
One of the last living Pony Express riders. His route of 104 miles ran from Cottonwood Springs to Box Elder near Fort Kearny in the Nebraska Territory. In 1883 he moved to Escalon where he became a community leader.Map (db m220288) HM
19 California, San Joaquin County, Lathrop — America's First Coast-to-Coast RoadHistoric Lincoln Highway
(First panel:) America's first coast to coast road Established 1913 (Second panel:) 1924-1967 Site of Original Wiggins Trading Post serving travelers along the Lincoln Highway Map (db m156556) HM
20 California, San Joaquin County, Lathrop — 780-7 — First Transcontinental RailroadSite of Completion of Pacific Railroad Reported missing
The construction of the San Joaquin River Bridge completed the last link of the Transcontinental Railroad. Building had simultaneously proceeded from the Bay Area and Sacramento and met at the San Joaquin River. The first train crossed the bridge on . . . Map (db m11380) HM
21 California, San Joaquin County, Lathrop — Lathrop
Called Wilson’s Station From 1849 until 1869 Was given the name by Leland Stanford when he moved his Central Pacific Railroad terminal here and dedicated the town to his wife’s family. In 1886, after a dispute with local citizens, Stanford . . . Map (db m20006) HM
22 California, San Joaquin County, Lathrop — 437 — The Comet – 1846 – First Sail Launch
First known sail launch to ascend San Joaquin River from San Francisco landed here autumn 1846. Carried 20 Mormon pioneers who founded New Hope agricultural project on the Stanislaus. Yoke of oxen and span of mules driven from Marsh’s Landing . . . Map (db m143445) HM
23 California, San Joaquin County, Lathrop — The Shooting of David S. Terry Reported missing
David S. Terry, former Chief Justice of the California State Supreme Court and duelist was shot to death by David Neagle on August 14, 1889 in the old railroad restaurant across the street. Neagle had been hired to protect US Supreme Court Justice . . . Map (db m197162) HM
24 California, San Joaquin County, Lathrop, Manuel Valverde Park — Lathrop Veteran’s Memorial
Dedicated to all the veterans that served in each of the branches of the U.S. Military. Honoring those that gave their lives for the freedom of our great Nation. We are grateful to all for their ultimate sacrifice. They will never be forgotten. . . . Map (db m221070) WM
25 California, San Joaquin County, Linden — Linden
Near here in 1849, Dr. W.D. Trebilcock built the area's first structure, an inn known as 15 Mile House. Later it was sold to Samuel Foreman and renamed Foreman's Ranch. In 1869 he laid out the town calling it Linden.Map (db m220296) HM
26 California, San Joaquin County, Lockeford — Elliot Cemetery
Originally known as Hawks Corner, it was renamed Elliot in honor of pioneer rancher J. Elliot [sic] in 1863 when a post office was established. By the 1890s the town of Elliot [sic] boasted a Methodist church, and [sic] Odd Fellows hall, two . . . Map (db m151662) HM
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27 California, San Joaquin County, Lockeford — Elliott Cemetery
Elliott Cemetery, established in 1859, is the final resting place for area pioneer families. It once was the site of a Methodist church and included a section for the Elliott I.O.O.F. Lodge. #288. This cemetery is the last vestige of the town of . . . Map (db m151207) HM
28 California, San Joaquin County, Lockeford — Harmony Grove Church
First and oldest Protestant house in northern San Joaquin County. Built in 1859 on land donated by Donald J. Staples. Constructed of bricks given by Dr. D.J. Locke, founder of Lockeford and Mr. James Tallmadge, a builder and brick mason. Built by . . . Map (db m41406) HM
29 California, San Joaquin County, Lockeford — 365 — Pioneer Hill / Lockeford
Pioneer Hill It was on this hill that Dr. Dean Jewett Locke and his brother Elmer H. Locke built the first cabin of this section in 1851. Disturbed by grizzly bears, they spent their first nights in the oak trees. Dr. Locke, physician for the . . . Map (db m143490) HM
30 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — City Hall, Fire House and Jail
First Lodi owned city hall & fire house built 1912, cost $3995. Board of Trustees Geo. E. Lawrence, President J.M. Blodgett, C.A. Rich, F.O. Hale & C.A. Black Site of Lodi's jail, Water Tank & Electric Company (Cary Bros. . . . Map (db m41399) HM
31 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Hale Park
Lodi's first park, 1876, called Wardrobe Grove Later named for Frank Hale, our 2nd mayor Municipal baths with hot artesian well, 1916 Petrified tree from San Joaquin & Sierra Nevada rail bed near Valley Springs, 1920 The bandstand . . . Map (db m41476) HM
32 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Hotel Lodi
Grand opening, May 1, 1915 James Whitaker, owner of first Lodi Hotel, (1870) 1912 E.B. Brown drew plans for a new hotel Excavation and preliminary work by Cary Bros. 1914 Property sold to Lodi Investment Co. W.H. Thompson, Pres. Mr. . . . Map (db m41521) HM
33 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Laura de Force Gordon1838 - 1907
A famous womens' rights activist, she began speaking on behalf of womens' rights in 1868. Laura ran for the California State Senate in 1871, long before women could vote. In 1873 she bought the first of several newspapers which she used as a forum . . . Map (db m91788) HM
34 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — 931 — Lodi Arch
Designed by architect E.B. Brown and built in 1907 for the Lodi Tokay Carnival, the Arch served as an entrance into Lodi and a symbol of agricultural and commercial growth. Essentially unaltered since construction, the structure is one of few . . . Map (db m143446) HM
35 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Lodi Mission Arch1907 - 1956
Built 1907 during the first Tokay Carnival by the public spirited people of Lodi. Rebuilt 1956 during the term of Mayor Willard J Robinson through the efforts of Tokay Arch Committee headed by Albert Nies, chairman. and Eunice Looser, secretary . . . Map (db m113030) HM
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36 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Lodi Opera House
Constructed in the Italian Renaissance Revival style by Ed and Fred Cary the Lodi Opera House was completed October 1904. Financed by businessman Charles Lever Van Buskirk who along with his wife Angie supported temperance and envisioned the venue . . . Map (db m229713) HM
37 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Old Lodi (Mokelumne Station)
Sacramento Street from Oak to Elm Streets comprised the business and social center from 1869 - 1919. A C.P.R.R. Co. Depot in Central Mokelumne was built in 1868. S.P.R.R. located a new depot 1/2 block north in 1907. CENTRAL CALIFORNIA . . . Map (db m113029) HM
38 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Salem School Bell
Salem School Bell 1883 – 1938 from Lodi’s first school located at Lodi Ave. and Stockton St.Map (db m15989) HM
39 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Survivors of Death Valley in 1849
The Rev. James W. Brier, Mrs. Juliette Brier, and their three sons, John W. Brier, Christopher Columbus Brier, and Kirk W. Brier, were among the ill-fated Gold Seekers who wandered into Death Valley over Christmas of 1849. Tagging along behind the . . . Map (db m220294) HM
40 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — The First A&W Root Beer
On this site One hot day in June of 1919 Roy Allen served the first frosty mug of creamy A&W Root Beer in Lodi, California Dedicated to the City of Lodi, this 14th day of July, 2001Map (db m41492) HM
41 California, San Joaquin County, Lodi — Woman's Club of Lodi
On May 20, 1988 this unique 1923 Roman style building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. In celebration we honor those women of vision who in 1906 started this club, first known as the Lodi Improvement Club. Their efforts . . . Map (db m91787) HM
42 California, San Joaquin County, Manteca — Durham Ferry
In 1859 two entrepreneurs, Titus and Manley, established a ferry near this site. It later became well known as Durham Ferry. The entrepreneurs sold groceries and liquor from the small stock of a hostelry, which was also their living quarters. They . . . Map (db m220262) HM
43 California, San Joaquin County, Manteca — Finley’s Bar and Grill
In 1903, John Franklin Jack built a mercantile at 10477 S. Airport Way. John ran an illegal card room in the back of the store. In 1926 when prohibition was in full swing, spirits at that time could not be sold in city limits, only county. That year . . . Map (db m220289) HM
44 California, San Joaquin County, Manteca — Liberty Plot
Dedicated to the boys Who Fought Overseas — In 1917 —Map (db m19532) HM
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45 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — 75MM Howitzer
Served during World War II Korean and Vietnam Conflicts 1941 to 1975Map (db m224857) WM
46 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — Estanislao's Stronghold
Near here in May 1820 Estanislao, the Indian chief of whom the river and county were named, defeated Sgt. Sanchez in a battle. Later the same month Gen. Vallejo returned with infantry cavalry and artillery burned the woods and routed the Indians. . . . Map (db m151170) HM
47 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — Historic Ripon Jail
This jail was constructed in 1925 and used by Ripon’s Constable John Garrison and the county sheriff, Stockton Architect Ralph P. Morrell designed the jail. Ripon contractor L. Ubels built the jail for $2,498.00. The jail was originally erected on a . . . Map (db m224858) HM
48 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — 436 — New Hope – 1846First Wheat
Approximately six miles west, 20 Mormon pioneers from ship Brooklyn founded first known agricultural colony in San Joaquin Valley. Planting first wheat; also crops they irrigated by the pole and bucket method. Erected three log houses, operated . . . Map (db m143447) HM
49 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — Ripon Memorial Library
Erected in 1948 by the people of this community in the grateful commemoration of those who gave their lives in the service of their country. This tablet presented by Clinton Mc Causland Post No. 190 American LegionMap (db m224855) WM
50 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — Ripon Memorial Library
The Ripon Memorial Library, first built in 1948 at 430 West Main Street, was named to honor the memory of the thirteen Ripon soldiers who gave their lives fighting for our freedoms in WWII. It was relocated to this new building as the result of a . . . Map (db m224861) HM
51 California, San Joaquin County, Ripon — Ripon World War II Memorial
In Honor of Ripon High School Students KIA World War II Radomir Kilak • Henry Bouma • Raymond Clifton • Lyman Fulton • Billy Haller • Jack Harp • John Kamps • Paul Madsen • Oscar Poelstra • Carl Peterson • Viggo Peterson • John Smit • John Van . . . Map (db m19522) HM
52 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — "Casey at the Bat"
Legend has it that Stockton, because of its many early day floods, was the Mudville of Ernest L. Thayer's famous poem "Casey at the Bat", first printed in the San Francisco Examiner on June 3, 1888. "Casey" experts claim that a game actually . . . Map (db m220250) HM
53 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Amos Alonzo Stagg 1862-1965Head Coach, College of the Pacific 1933-1946
“All football comes from Stagg.” Knute Rockne Considered a great innovator and motivator in the development of college football, Amos Alonzo Stagg was one of the most influential sportsmen in U.S. history. He was an effective crusader for . . . Map (db m201767) HM
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54 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 35 — B & M Building1860’s and 1870
This building, situated near the head of the Stockton Channel evokes memories of early commerce when Stockton served as the main supply depot for the southern mines. Bearing remnants of Italienate Style, the structure is rich with history dating . . . Map (db m23995) HM
55 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 4 — Banner Island Historic Site
On this site: Civil War victories were celebrated by flying "Old Glory" on Charles Weber's 120 foot flag pole; in a 2,000 seat baseball stadium, Stockton became the 1888 California League champion; Coxey's Army camped in 1893; and delta reclamation . . . Map (db m82587) HM
56 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 25 — California Building1917
Built originally for the former Farmers & Merchants Bank, this structure is the work of prominent San Francisco Architect George W. Kelham. With almost no exterior changes it exemplifies Renaissance Revival Style and reflects early local interest in . . . Map (db m23978) HM
57 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Captain Charles M. Weber Residence
Main Marker: This site marks the location of the original residence of Captain Charles M. Weber, the founding father of the City of Stockton. From this prominent point overlooking the waterfront, he directed the first survey of the city in . . . Map (db m200814) HM
58 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — GPY-137-09 — Casa Bonita Funeral Home
A dedication plaque for a historical building by the Native Sons of the Golden West, Stockton Parlor No. 7 Casa Bonita Funeral Home Formerly known as the Casa Bonita Mausoleum. Established in Stockton, California the year of 1928. The . . . Map (db m221745) HM
59 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Charles Weber and the Founding of StocktonWeber Point Reported permanently removed
Arriving in California with the Bidwell Party in 1841, Charles Weber could not have anticipated the monumental changes that were to come to this region after the Gold Rush. Originally a native of Germany, Weber was an immigrant to California . . . Map (db m200945) HM
60 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 47 — Children's Home of Stockton1912
This structure, inspired by Mission and Colonial styles, was the first permanent facility of the Children’s Home of Stockton, founded in 1882 by the Ladies Aid Society. Edgar B. Brown, architect for the Hotel Stockton, donated the design. Ground was . . . Map (db m221145) HM
61 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Chinese 1976 Bicentennial Monument
The Chinese community of Stockton dedicates this monument to the city of Stockton to commemorate the bicentennial year of 1976, in memory of the contributions which the Chinese have made to Stockton. The ingenuity of the Chinese . . . Map (db m103083) HM
62 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 36 — Commercial and Savings Bank1915 and 1924
This ten-story Renaissance Revival Building was constructed in 1915 to house the Commercial and Savings Bank founded in 1903 by John Raggio. After a fire, the north portion was added in 1924. The property was purchased in 1929 by the Bank of Italy, . . . Map (db m23984) HM
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63 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Community
The lifeblood of Pacific Football was the Stockton community. Its citizens, businesses and organizations embraced the football program and players as family, providing the financial and emotional support necessary to sustain the football program for . . . Map (db m203858) HM
64 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Dick Bass 221956 - 59
Nicknamed “The Vallejo Express,” Dick Bass was the first junior ever to lead the NCAA in rushing, total offense, and scoring. Following injuries that forced him to miss most of the 1956 season and all of the 1957 season, Bass led the country in . . . Map (db m201775) HM
65 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Eddie LeBaron #401946-49
The first Tiger to have his number retired, Eddie LeBaron is one of the most celebrated and accomplished alumnus in Pacific history. Nicknamed “The Little General,” the 5’7” LeBaron led the Tigers to their greatest season ever (11-0 and No. 10 . . . Map (db m201269) HM
66 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Eddie Macon #411949-51
Eddie Macon was a pioneer throughout his football career as the first African American player at Pacific, and the first to play in the Sun Bowl. He helped the Tigers to an undefeated season and no. 10 national ranking in 1949 and led Pacific in . . . Map (db m201272) HM
67 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 18 — Edward B. Conde Home1893
This is the former residence of popular band leader Edward B. Conde, editorialized as the “John Philip Souza of Stockton”. Conde brought distinction to this city with his much acclaimed musical organizations. He formed the famed Stockton . . . Map (db m24178) HM
68 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Excellence
1949 Team - Terrific Pacific The 1949 Tigers were nationally recognized as one of the finest teams in the country, and their undefeated season was the greatest in the history of Pacific Football. In his third season, Larry Siemering and . . . Map (db m202571) HM
69 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 38 — Federal Building1933
Marker One: This building typifies classical Depression-Era architecture and is a product of the extensive federal construction programs of the 1930s. The lobby’s oil murals were a part of the “New Deal’s” art in public places. Aside from . . . Map (db m221147) HM
70 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Firefighters Memorial
“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for another.” John 15:13 This memorial is dedicated to honor all Stockton firefighters that gave their lives in the line of duty.Map (db m15970) HM
71 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — First Stockton High School
Commemorative Plaque First Stockton High School This building housed the first high school organized in Stockton. According to records, the classes were opened to students January 10, 1870. Twenty eight pupils made up the new school. The . . . Map (db m221149) HM
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72 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 43 — Fox California Theatre1930
Built on the Old T & D Theatre site, the ornate Mission Revival Fox California with its unique tower and vaudeville marquee reigned as Stockton’s premier movie palace. The Baroque interior boasts of magnificent columns, exquisite chandeliers and . . . Map (db m221072) HM
73 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Genova Bakery
The Rolleri Building Home of the Genova Bakery A Stockton Historical Landmark Dedicated in honor of Angelo Rolleri Jan. 8 1897 – Feb. 2 1985 Original founder of the Genova Bakery This memorial tribute by the Italian Gardeners Society . . . Map (db m221142) HM
74 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Goddess of Justice Reported permanently removed
The Goddess of Justice crowned the dome of the second courthouse constructed upon this site in 1888 By order of the Board of Supervisors. The statue has been restored by county employees and caused to be erected on this pedestal . . . Map (db m23992) HM
75 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Hand Hall
This building is dedicated to the memory of Clifford J. Hand Devoted teacher, administrator and friend whose many contributions to the progress of the University of the Pacific enriched the lives of the students, faculty and colleagues during . . . Map (db m103027) HM
76 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Head of Navigation
For the Stockton Channel in 1849 was at El Dorado Street. Sailing ships and paddlewheel steamboats made the Stockton Levees a major supply center for the Southern mines during the Gold Rush. In 1933, the Port of Stockton became California’s first . . . Map (db m220249) HM
77 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 8 — Home of Benjamin Holt1899
Inventor of the Caterpillar tractor and long time president of the Holt Manufacturing Company, Benjamin Holt, resided here until his death in 1920. The Holt family made this house available to the Boy Scouts of America, and in April 1956 it was . . . Map (db m221146) HM
78 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 513 — John Brown(California’s Paul Revere)
In 1846, during American conquest of California, John Brown, nicknamed “Juan Flaco,” rode from Los Angeles to San Francisco in four days to warn Commodore Stockton of the siege of Los Angeles. As a result, troops were sent and the city . . . Map (db m16011) HM
79 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — José Maria Morelos y Pavón
En conmemoración del Bicentenario de la Independencia de México y el Centenario de la Revolución mexicana, el Gobierno de México, a través del Consulado General de México en Sacramento, con el invaluable apoyo de la Asociación Comerciantes Unidos, . . . Map (db m103034) HM
80 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Leadership
Tom Flores ‘58 Tom Flores, who experienced great success as the starting quarterback of the Pacific Tigers in the late 1950s, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 8, 2021. Flores was the NFL’s first Latino starting . . . Map (db m202665) HM
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81 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 178 — Lindsay PointSite of the First Building in Stockton
In August 1844, the first settlers arrived at Rancho del Campo de los Franceses. One of the company, Thomas Lindsay, built the first dwelling, a tule hut, on this site. He was later murdered by Indians and buried here by travelers. The Point was . . . Map (db m15964) HM
82 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Magnolia Historic District
Stockton’s first historic district has the community’s richest variety of architectural styles, including Queen Anne, Eastlake, Stick, Bungalow, Craftsman, Moderne and Spanish Revival. Since the 1860’s the area has been home to a broad cross . . . Map (db m15985) HM
83 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 30 — Medico-Dental BuildingSutter Office Center — 1927 —
Designed and built by renowned Stockton architect Frank V. Mayo, FAIA, and Howard Bissell, AIA, this is an excellent example of a commercial Gothic Style skyscraper. The steel-framed structure features a terraced façade typical of eastern urban . . . Map (db m49458) HM
84 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 22 — Moses Rogers Home1890
One of California’s leading Black citizens build and resided in this home with his wife, Sara, and five daughters until his death in 1900. Born a slave in Missouri, he participated in the California Gold Rush and earned a statewide reputation as a . . . Map (db m23973) HM
85 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Ort J. Lofthus Crosstown Freeway
Ort J. Lofthus Crosstown Freeway This outstanding civic leader rejected the prospect that Stockton would settle for a ”freeway to nowhere.” He organized the FOCUS (Finish Our Crosstown-Unite Stockton) committee and motivated our . . . Map (db m103087) HM
86 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Remember Pearl Harbor
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87 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 6 — Saint John’s Episcopal Church and Guild Hall
The guild hall of this church is an outstanding example of Nordic Architecture: It was completed in 1889 at a cost of $9,200. The adjacent church was erected for $10,000 and the first service was held December 18, 1892. Saint John’s and all older . . . Map (db m23972) HM
88 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 1 — Saint Mary’s Catholic Church1861
California’s first Archbishop, Joseph S. Alemany, laid the cornerstone July 21, 1861. The first mass was celebrated Christmas Eve of the same year. In 1870 the transept was added. The present steeple and ornate façade date from 1893. Saint Mary’s is . . . Map (db m23976) HM
89 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — San Joaquin County Courthouse
Charles M. Weber | 1849 The site of the first courthouse building in San Joaquin County was donated by Captain Charles M. Weber, a German immigrant and founder of Stockton. Captain Weber acquired over 48,000 acres through a Mexican land . . . Map (db m221058) HM
90 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 12 — Santa Fe Depot1900
Santa Fe Railway acquired its route from Bakersfield to Stockton from the San Francisco-San Joaquin Valley Railroad, known locally as the "Valley Road." This line, when completed in 1898, was the only railroad competing with Southern Pacific . . . Map (db m195082) HM
91 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 3 — Sperry Flour Mill Office1888
This structure once housed the general business offices of the second largest flour milling operation in California. An addition to this building, matching the original Victorian Commercial architecture, was completed in 1917. Sperry & Company was . . . Map (db m24207) HM
92 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 44 — St. Agnes School and Convent1914 and 1920
Built as a Catholic Parochial School in 1914, the facility has been successively called the St. Agnes Academy, St. Agnes High School, and San Joaquin Middle School. The adjoining building built in 1920, served as convent for the Dominican Sisters. . . . Map (db m203176) HM
93 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Stagg Stadium
University of the Pacific initially played football on the campus in 10,000 seat Baxter Stadium, with several featured contests moved to the larger Grape Bowl in Lodi. Following the undefeated 1949 season, the enthusiasm for the Tigers playing . . . Map (db m201273) HM
94 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 934 — Stockton Assembly Center
Here, within the confines of San Joaquin County Fairgrounds, enclosed by barbed wire and housed in temporary barracks, 4,217 San Joaquin County residents of Japanese ancestry, predominately American citizens, were interned from May 10 to October . . . Map (db m165485) HM
95 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 34 — Stockton City Hall1926
Built in the spirit of the “City Beautiful” movement, the Stockton City Hall provides an outstanding example of 1920’s construction techniques and design. The building’s Renaissance Revival Style was determined by a collaboration of . . . Map (db m15966) HM
96 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 1016 — Stockton Developmental Center
The Stockton Developmental Center was established in 1853 as the Insane Asylum of California, the first of several state asylums. Stockton’s founder, Charles M. Weber, donated half of the 100 acre site. It was one of the first facilities of its kind . . . Map (db m146475) HM
97 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Stockton Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Center 1926 Stockton’s “Architect Laureate” Glen Allen designed this culturally important edifice. Built by Louis S. Peletz, it served the Stockton Jewish community and Temple Israel until 1964 when purchased by the . . . Map (db m103028) HM
98 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 45 — Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium1924 – 1925
The Classic Revival Style building by local Architects Glenn Allen, Ivan C. Satterlee and W. J. Wright features sculptured panels over the seven front entrances. A California marble floor and an art glass skylight, in the center of the flat dome. . . . Map (db m24002) HM
99 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — 21 — Stockton Savings and Loan Society Bank(Now Bank of Stockton) — 1908 —
This classical Revival Style building was the first “skyscraper” in Stockton. It was designed by San Francisco Architects Myers & Ward. California’s oldest men’s club, The Yosemite, founded 1888, has always occupied the top floors. The building is . . . Map (db m23983) HM
100 California, San Joaquin County, Stockton — Stockton Veterans Monument
WW I Gulf War 1990 to 1995 Dedicated To All Veterans By Veterans Luneta VFW Post 52 WW II Dedicated To The Veterans Of America Juky 5, 1981 Karl Ross Post 16 American Legion Korea . . . Map (db m103033) WM

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