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Historical Markers in Brentwood, California

 
Clickable Map of Contra Costa 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 Contra Costa County, CA (451) Alameda County, CA (548) Marin County, CA (217) Sacramento County, CA (328) San Francisco County, CA (641) San Joaquin County, CA (94) Solano County, CA (97) Sonoma County, CA (127)  ContraCostaCounty(451) Contra Costa County (451)  AlamedaCounty(548) Alameda County (548)  MarinCounty(217) Marin County (217)  SacramentoCounty(328) Sacramento County (328)  (641) San Francisco City and County (641)  SanJoaquinCounty(94) San Joaquin County (94)  SolanoCounty(97) Solano County (97)  SonomaCounty(127) Sonoma County (127)
Martinez is the county seat for Contra Costa County
Brentwood is in Contra Costa County
      Contra Costa County (451)  
ADJACENT TO CONTRA COSTA COUNTY
      Alameda County (548)  
      Marin County (217)  
      Sacramento County (328)  
      San Francisco City and County (641)  
      San Joaquin County (94)  
      Solano County (97)  
      Sonoma County (127)  
 
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1California (Contra Costa County), Brentwood — Bryer/Nail House
This house, which serves as the museum of the East Contra Costa Historical Society, was originally built by Johnson and Elizabeth Fancher in 1878. In the early 1880's the Frachers sold the house and surrounding acreage to John and Letitia Byer. In . . . Map (db m189371) HM
2California (Contra Costa County), Brentwood — Byer/Nail House
This house, which serves as the museum for the East Contra Costa Historical Society, was originally built by Johnson and Elizabeth Fancher in 1878. In the early 1880's the Fanchers sold the house and surrounding acreage to John and Letitia Byer. In . . . Map (db m94652) HM
3California (Contra Costa County), Brentwood — John and Abby MarshIn Memory of
Builders of the stone house 1856 Abby Marsh died August 1855 John Marsh first doctor in California arrived 1836 Born 1799, Murdered Sept. 24 1856 Map (db m94654) HM
4California (Contra Costa County), Brentwood — Marsh-Kellogg Creek Watershed ProjectMarsh Creek Floodwater Retarding Dam
Drainage Area 33,000 Acres Total Capacity 4,800 Acre Ft. Water Surface Area 375 Acres Height of Dam 58 Feet Length of Dam 1,500 Feet Volume of Fill 440,000 Cu.Yds.
Built under the Watershed Protection and . . . Map (db m198002) HM
5California (Contra Costa County), Brentwood — Round Valley Regional Preserve
HISTORY Round Valley Regional Preserve was once home to California Indians. It was probably a boundary between several different tribal groups, an area where members of East Bay and San Joaquin Valley groups met periodically to trade and . . . Map (db m199528) HM
6California (Contra Costa County), Brentwood — Site of Historic Brentwood Hotel
In 1884 the 1st Brentwood Hotel was built on this site. It was an ornate two story wooden structure in the Victorian style of architecture, with wood sidewalks, columns and a 2nd floor balcony. It was destroyed by a fire set by a dismissed employee . . . Map (db m94653) HM
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7California (Los Angeles County), Brentwood — 720 — Arens House
Modern style. Architects - Whitney R.Smith & A.Quincy Jones. Built 1949. Declared 2002, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 720, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m184998) HM
8California (Los Angeles County), Brentwood — 797 — Hamma House
Modern style. A.Quincy Jones & Whitney Smith, architects. Built 1951. Declared 2005, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 797, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission.Map (db m184990) HM
9California (Los Angeles County), Brentwood — 722 — Volk House
A.Quincy Jones, architect. Modern style. Built 1949. Declared 2002, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 722, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission.Map (db m185003) HM
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022