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Historical Markers in Castroville, California

 
Clickable Map of Monterey 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 Monterey County, CA (234) Fresno County, CA (115) Kings County, CA (7) San Benito County, CA (49) San Luis Obispo County, CA (95) Santa Cruz County, CA (210)  MontereyCounty(234) Monterey County (234)  FresnoCounty(115) Fresno County (115)  KingsCounty(7) Kings County (7)  SanBenitoCounty(49) San Benito County (49)  SanLuisObispoCounty(95) San Luis Obispo County (95)  SantaCruzCounty(210) Santa Cruz County (210)
Salinas is the county seat for Monterey County
Castroville is in Monterey County
      Monterey County (234)  
ADJACENT TO MONTEREY COUNTY
      Fresno County (115)  
      Kings County (7)  
      San Benito County (49)  
      San Luis Obispo County (95)  
      Santa Cruz County (210)  
 
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1California (Monterey County), Castroville — For the Sake of the Children(The Japanese Schoolhouse)
The Early Days: 1860s to 1930s Castro founded the town in 1863 Juan Bautista Castro, from an important California family, subdivided his rancho to establish a town. He was the first in the county to offer lots to attract . . . Map (db m63772) HM
2California (Monterey County), Castroville — Juan B. Castro
In Memory of Juan B. Castro 1835-1915 Founder of Castroville 1863Map (db m63256) HM
3California (Monterey County), Castroville — The Castroville Japanese SchoolhouseFor the Sake of the ChildrenKodomo No Tame Ni - Para El Bien De Los Ninos - Per Il Bene De Ragazzi
From its founding, Castroville has been home to immigrants. They came from many countries to make better lives for themselves and their children. Then, as now, the immigrants primarily worked in the fields nearby. Japanese immigrants wanted their . . . Map (db m63714) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022