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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Anderson, California

 
Clickable Map of Shasta County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Shasta County, CA (118) Lassen County, CA (46) Modoc County, CA (42) Plumas County, CA (119) Siskiyou County, CA (167) Tehama County, CA (32) Trinity County, CA (59)  ShastaCounty(118) Shasta County (118)  LassenCounty(46) Lassen County (46)  ModocCounty(42) Modoc County (42)  PlumasCounty(119) Plumas County (119)  SiskiyouCounty(167) Siskiyou County (167)  TehamaCounty(32) Tehama County (32)  TrinityCounty(59) Trinity County (59)
Redding is the county seat for Shasta County
Anderson is in Shasta County
      Shasta County (118)  
ADJACENT TO SHASTA COUNTY
      Lassen County (46)  
      Modoc County (42)  
      Plumas County (119)  
      Siskiyou County (167)  
      Tehama County (32)  
      Trinity County (59)  
 
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1California (Shasta County), Anderson — Anderson Historic Fire Station
Originally constructed in 1903 on this site as a two-story building, the Anderson Fire Station was completed for a cost of $90 for used lumber and nails. Initial firefighting equipment included twelve buckets, four axes, three sections of hose . . . Map (db m70345) HM
2California (Shasta County), Anderson — Balls Ferry
Founded by Major Reading Operated by William Ball 1868 – 1897 Bridge then builtMap (db m70351) HM
3California (Shasta County), Anderson — California – Oregon Road
“The pioneers in their journeys marked the roads and trails so that others recognizing them might safely follow” This spot marks the location of the California – Oregon Road Main artery of travel of the pioneers . . . Map (db m70338) HM
4California (Shasta County), Anderson — 120 — Dersch Homestead
Here in 1850 "Doc" Baker established a stopping place for emigrants on what became known as the Nobles Trail. George and Anna Marie Dersch bought out Baker and homesteaded the land in 1861. Tenants of the Dersches were responsible for whipping three . . . Map (db m57822) HM
5California (Shasta County), Anderson — 379 — Fort Reading.
Located 80 rods north. Established May 26, 1852 by Co, E 2nd Infantry U.S.A. Evacuated June 1867. Marked by U.S. Army April 6, 1934. Sponsored by Shasta Historical Society.Map (db m143472) HM
6California (Shasta County), Anderson — Historic County Jail
The site of this County jail dates back to 1910, when a small holding cell was used as a drunk tank for local offenders. The current building was reconstructed under the Works Progress Administration in 1936 and continued in use until the 1950s.Map (db m176561) HM
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7California (Shasta County), Anderson — Masonic Lodge
The Masonic Lodge was constructed of locally made brick on this site prior to 1866. Mount Shasta Lodge No. 281 F. & A.M. occupied the building from 1886 to 1895, then again from 1934 until they sold the building to the City of Anderson in 2001. . . . Map (db m70344) HM
8California (Shasta County), Anderson — N-58 — Nobles Trail - Bear Creek
"Rolled on to Bear Creek a distance of about 14 miles and encamped on a small island near the creek... many grapes nearly ripe along the banks and grizzly bears are said to be plenty." - Joseph R. Bradway, Sep 12, 1853Map (db m149411) HM
9California (Shasta County), Anderson — Northern California Veterans MemorialsNorthern California Veterans Cemetery
Dedicated to All Veterans Who Answered the Call to Serve this Great Nation Northern California Veterans Cemetery Igo, California Dedicated November 11, 2005 Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor Thomas Johnson, Secretary . . . Map (db m63324) WM
10California (Shasta County), Anderson — SHA-013 — The FlumePoint of Historical Interest — Dept. of Parks and Recreation – Reg. No. SHA-013 —
This aqueduct was built in 1918 as connecting link of main canal of Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation Dist., to carry water across Anderson Gulch to irrigate lands in southern Shasta Co. Aqueduct is 1249 ft. long, 8 ft. wide, 5 ft. deep and 20 ft. from . . . Map (db m70339) HM
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022