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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Concord, 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
Concord 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), Concord — (Port Chicago) Disaster
Here, at 10:08 p.m. on July 17, 1944 one of history's most powerful man-made, non-nuclear disasters obliterated two cargo ships, killed 320 men, and wounded hundreds. It was the worst stateside disaster of World War II. The cause of the explosion is . . . Map (db m136870) HM WM
2California (Contra Costa County), Concord — About Don Salvio Pacheco
Don Salvio Pacheco was born on July 15, 1793 in Monterey, Alta California. After serving in the Monterey Militia for many years, he petitioned the Territorial Deputation Council of the Mexican government for a Land Grant in 1834. With the possession . . . Map (db m206217) HM
3California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Alves House
Concord Historical Landmark Circa 1897 Site of first Concord Grammar SchoolMap (db m57334) HM
4California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Barnett House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1916Map (db m57335) HM
5California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Beebe House
Beebe House Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1868Map (db m205992) HM
6California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Bibber House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1912 by L.V. PerryMap (db m17406) HM
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7California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Bolla House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1910Map (db m57196) HM
8California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Concord, California - Kitakami, Japan
Concord, California Kitakami, Japan Sister Cities October 25, 1974Map (db m206220) HM
9California (Contra Costa County), Concord — County Fire House
Marker One: County Fire House Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1938-39 Concord Historical Society Marker Two: Mt. Diablo Fire District Headquarters Station Erected 1939 Board of Fire . . . Map (db m206218) HM
10California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Dangerous Work
July 17, 1944 was a typical day at Port Chicago Naval Magazine. Men of the Merchant Marine and the U.S. Navy Armed Guard prepared the empty, brand new SS Quinault Victory for loading on one side of the pier and prepared the nearly full SS . . . Map (db m136868) HM
11California (Contra Costa County), Concord — De Anza Expedition 1775-1776
Lt. Colonel Juan Bautista De Anza by decree of Carlos III of Spain led an expedition near this site - the mission being to colonize the San Francisco Bay AreaMap (db m155569) HM
12California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Dedicated to the Founders of Todos Santos — 1994
{pictured above on the marker (left to right), Don Fernando Pacheco, 1818-1884; Don Salvio Pacheco, 1793-1876; Don Francisco Galindo, 1820-1891} In 1868 Don Salvio Pacheco; his son, Don Fernando Pacheco; and his son-in-law, Don Francisco . . . Map (db m17440) HM
13California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Disaster
Here, at 10:18 p.m. on July 17, 1944, one of history's most powerful manmade, non-nuclear explosions obliterated two ships, damaged structures in twelve nearby towns or cities, killed 320 men, and wounded 390. It was the worst stateside disaster of . . . Map (db m177667) HM
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14California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Elworthy House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1913Map (db m57336) HM
15California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Francisco Galindo Home
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1856Map (db m56583) HM
16California (Contra Costa County), Concord — In Commemoration
Renovation of the Civic Center due to arson September 14, 1995Map (db m206596) HM
17California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Ivey House
Concord Historical Landmark Built Circa 1870Map (db m205987) HM
18California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Keller House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1902-03Map (db m206353) HM
19California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Live Oak Cemetery — Founded 1865
Don Salvio Pacheco granted this land designated as a cemetery to serve Clayton and Concord. There are many prominent pioneers of early Clayton and Concord buried here. They include members of the following families: Atchinson, Babel, Clayton, . . . Map (db m93630) HM
20California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Neustaedter House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1906 by L.V. PerryMap (db m17422) HM
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21California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Old Fire Hall
Concord Historical Built in 1892 Concord's First FirehouseMap (db m57760) HM
22California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Perry House
Concord Historical Landmark Built in 1911 by L.V PerryMap (db m57759) HM
23California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Port Chicago
For more than a half-century Port Chicago has been a major port for the shipment of munitions to U.S. forces serving overseas. The Navy created the munitions-loading complex at Port Chicago as an annex to the Mare Island Navy Yard in 1942. This . . . Map (db m177665) HM
24California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Port Chicago Naval Magazine
For more than a half-century, Port Chicago Naval Magazine has been a major port for the shipment of munitions to U.S. forces serving overseas. The Navy created the munitions-loading complex next to the town of Port Chicago as an annex to the Mare . . . Map (db m136861) HM WM
25California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial — Dead or Missing in the Port Chicago Explosion — July 17, 1944 —
U.S. Naval Magazine and Naval Barracks S2c James C. Akins • GM3c Clarence Allen, Jr. • Lt. (jg) Maxie L. Anderson • S2c Leslie K. Asare • S2c Isajah Ash. Jr. • S2c David Bacon, Sr. • S2c Henry W. Bailey • GM3c Leonard Baker • S2c Joseph . . . Map (db m136952) WM
26California (Contra Costa County), Concord — Tree Planted By
City of Concord Employees In Commemoration of the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution Map (db m206594) HM
 
 
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Sep. 27, 2022