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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Calistoga
Calistoga, California and Vicinity
▶ Napa County (87) ▶ Lake County (27) ▶ Solano County (94) ▶ Sonoma County (124) ▶ Yolo County (60)
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|This historic grist mill known as the “Bale Mill” was erected by Dr. E.T. Bale, Grantee Carne Humana Rancho, in 1846. The mill with its surrounding land was deeded to the Native Sons of the Golden West by Mrs. W.W. Lyman. Restored . . . — — Map (db m18672) HM|
|The site of the City Hall originally held the Bedlam Opera House, named after a niece of Sam Brannan, founder of Calistoga. Burned to the ground at the turn of the Century, it was rebuilt and completed in 1902.
Originally built to house . . . — — Map (db m18560) HM|
|Built by Sam Brannan for the Napa Valley Railroad in 1868 one year before the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad. Second oldest remaining railroad station in California. Northern terminus of the Napa Valley Railroad and its successors the . . . — — Map (db m143495) HM|
|The Calistoga Sam Brannan center, including the Sharpsteen Museum and the Sam Brannan Cottage, is dedicated to Calistoga’s early pioneers.
The complex, named for Sam Brannan, Calistoga’s original entrepreneur, will preserve and perpetuate the . . . — — Map (db m18587) HM|
|Edward Bale sailed from England to California in the 1830s and settled in Monterey where he was named surgeon-in chief of the Mexican Army by General Mariano Vallejo. In 1839 he married Vallejo’s niece, Maria Soberanes, and in 1841 was granted a . . . — — Map (db m18635) HM|
MOUNT VIEW HOTEL
Has been placed on the
OF HISTORICAL PLACES
By the United States
Department of the Interior — — Map (db m18598) HM|
|Just a stones throw to the north, running through the Palisades, is Oat Hill Mine Road.
A narrow and picturesque trail today, it was once used to carry over 160,000 flasks of quicksilver valued at more than $5,000,000 from the Oat Hill Mine to the . . . — — Map (db m54750) HM|
|This small but mighty steam well was built back in the 1930s. It served a variety of purposes, but was especially useful when it came to cooking. Cooking with steam is a practice that goes back thousands of years. This particular steam well was used . . . — — Map (db m121732) HM|
|The petrified forest, dating from the Eocene Period, is the only known example of a petrified forest in California. Its size, scope and variety of petrification is unique in the world. Opalized wood, obsidian, quartz crystal, petrified coral and . . . — — Map (db m101552) HM|
|Dating back to the 1860’s, this cemetery served as a final resting place for many of the famous of Napa Valley pioneers. It wasn’t until 1885 that this cemetery site was surveyed and was permanently established as a cemetery known today as Pioneer . . . — — Map (db m54525) HM|
|Born in Virginia in 1806, Reason moved west in successive leaps and arrived in California in 1846 escaping by one day the Sierra snow that trapped the Donner Party. "Captain" Tucker led the first and participated in, later rescue efforts. Reason . . . — — Map (db m40745) HM|
|This tablet, placed by the Club Women of Napa County, marks the site of the cabin occupied in 1880 by Robert Louis Stevenson and bride, while he wrote The Silverado Squatters.
Doomed to know not winter, only spring, a being trod the flowery . . . — — Map (db m121970) HM|
|Founded in 1862 by Jacob Schram. This was the first hillside winery of the Napa Valley. Robert Louis Stevenson, visiting here in 1880, devoted a chapter of his “Silverado Squatters” to Schramsberg and its wines. Ambrose Bierce and Lilly . . . — — Map (db m52168) HM|
The White Church
First church built in Napa County
by pioneers in 1853
Marked by Federated Womens Clubs
June 11, 1939 — — Map (db m40850) HM|