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Historical Markers in Camarillo, California

 
Clickable Map of Ventura 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 Ventura County, CA (142) Kern County, CA (311) Los Angeles County, CA (1212) Santa Barbara County, CA (121)  VenturaCounty(142) Ventura County (142)  KernCounty(311) Kern County (311)  LosAngelesCounty(1212) Los Angeles County (1212)  SantaBarbaraCounty(121) Santa Barbara County (121)
Ventura is the county seat for Ventura County
Camarillo is in Ventura County
      Ventura County (142)  
ADJACENT TO VENTURA COUNTY
      Kern County (311)  
      Los Angeles County (1212)  
      Santa Barbara County (121)  
 
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1California (Ventura County), Camarillo — 3 — Adolfo Camarillo Heritage GroveVentura County Landmark No. 3
Across Mission Oaks Boulevard, next to the 101 Freeway, remains part of a grove of Eucalyptus trees that once lined both sides of the old two-lane El Camino Real. In 1892, Adolfo Camarillo planted 650 of these trees, which stretched from Pleasant . . . Map (db m130636) HM
2California (Ventura County), Camarillo — 8 — Camarillo Ranch HouseBuilt in 1892
This grand three-story, 15-room home was built by Adolfo Camarillo in the Queen Ann Victorian style, using the plans of architects Herman Anlauf and Franklin Ward. The home features seven bedrooms, a grand staircase, a tower bay, a walk-in wooden . . . Map (db m129517) HM
3California (Ventura County), Camarillo — El Camino Real BellCamarillo Ranch
In 1769 the "El Camino Real - The King's Highway” was begun by the Franciscans and lead by Fr. Junipero Serra. Missions were situated in areas where large populations of Indians lived and where soil was fertile enough to sustain a settlement. As . . . Map (db m154365) HM
4California (Ventura County), Camarillo — Fruit Brandy StillPleasant Valley Museum
This “Fruit Brandy” still was donated by the Robert E. Nunn family. It had been on a ranch in the Santa Barbara area when Wm. Templeton (father of Beth Nunn, grandfather of Kevin and Kyle Nunn) rescued it. On display at the Camarillo Plumbing . . . Map (db m134939) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022