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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cordelia, California
Location of Cordelia, California
► Solano County (95) ► Contra Costa County (380) ► Marin County (140) ► Napa County (87) ► Sacramento County (297) ► Sonoma County (124) ► Yolo County (62)
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|Established in the early 1850's by Captain Robert Waterman and named for his wife, Cordelia. The name was changed to Bridgeport after his home in Connecticut and then again to Cordelia. Intended as a major townsite to serve the shipping trade on the . . . — — Map (db m26211) HM|
|In the 1920s, prohibition ended wine production, eliminating one of the most profitable businesses in the Cordelia area. But the town was dealt
its worst blow in 1939, when a fire that began in the back of Glashoffs Meat Market burned down much of . . . — — Map (db m155132) HM|
|The Suisun Rancho, in which Cordelia is located, was one of the first five Mexican
land grants in the area that became Solano County. The Mexican government
granted the rancho to Chief Solano of the Suisun tribe in 1845. The land was then
sold to . . . — — Map (db m144906) HM|
|At first, the town of Cordelia served mainly as a stagecoach stop between Benicia and Sacramento. Its fertile land, easy access for ships, and railroad
connection soon made Cordelia and the neighboring valleys one of California's most important . . . — — Map (db m155133) HM|
|Henry "Old Man" Studer and his brother Jim, built this community gathering spot. Studer was the proprietor of the oldest bar in Solano County, which he relocated here. Dancing and entertainment were available upstairs and local lore is that a . . . — — Map (db m26239) HM|
|In 1988 the Village of Cordelia Historic District was added to the National Register
of Historic Places with a period of significance of 1870 to 1939. The district extends
along Cordelia Road from Interstate 680 to Pittman Road. It also includes . . . — — Map (db m155112) HM|