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Historical Markers in Glen Ellen, California

 
Clickable Map of Sonoma 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 Sonoma County, CA (127) Contra Costa County, CA (451) Lake County, CA (27) Marin County, CA (217) Mendocino County, CA (44) Napa County, CA (89) Solano County, CA (97)  SonomaCounty(127) Sonoma County (127)  ContraCostaCounty(451) Contra Costa County (451)  LakeCounty(27) Lake County (27)  MarinCounty(217) Marin County (217)  MendocinoCounty(44) Mendocino County (44)  NapaCounty(89) Napa County (89)  SolanoCounty(97) Solano County (97)
Santa Rosa is the county seat for Sonoma County
Glen Ellen is in Sonoma County
      Sonoma County (127)  
ADJACENT TO SONOMA COUNTY
      Contra Costa County (451)  
      Lake County (27)  
      Marin County (217)  
      Mendocino County (44)  
      Napa County (89)  
      Solano County (97)  
 
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1California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — "We live in a beautiful part of the country."
"Any time you happen up in this part of the country, look us up. We have blankets, grub, and a latchstring alway out." -- Jack London Jack and Charmian London lived in the Cottage from 1911 to 1916. They often greeted their guests on the . . . Map (db m102553) HM
2California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Charles J. Poppe Building
Site of the Poppe Dry Goods & General Merchandise Store 1883-1937 and Glen Ellen Post Office First built of wood in 1883 Destroyed by fire in 1905 Rebuilt of stone with two stories in 1906 Damaged in 1906 Earthquake Rebuilt with . . . Map (db m26468) HM
3California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Eucalyptus - The Cash Crop that Failed
Eucalyptus were introduced in California before Jack London's time. Pioneer families needed wood, which was in short supply, for many items such as furniture and utility poles. Planting eucalyptus, a fast-growing import from Australia, was believed . . . Map (db m102537) HM
4California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Glen Ellen Cannon
In early 1905 through the efforts of General Wagner, this Civil War Era cannon was delivered to Glen Ellen where it was placed in the center of town. It has continuously been recognized as the town marker and as a symbol of community for the town. . . . Map (db m24961) HM
5California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Horse Power and ManureWere Put to Work on London's Beauty Ranch
In the early 1900's, horses were still the main source of power on farms and ranches. They were used for riding, pulling cars, wagons and other heavy farm equipment. Though he owned about 50 horses, Jack London most prized the beautiful and . . . Map (db m102556) HM
6California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Jack and Charmian London Entertained Here
Originally built sometime between 1870-1880, this historic winery building was remodled by the Londons into a kitchen, living room and dining area. It was the center of activities for their many frequent guests. "When we entered the large, . . . Map (db m102554) HM
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7California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Jack London experimentedby growing spineless cactus for livestock feed
Jack London saw fine, fat cattle in Hawaii living well on spined cactus and wanted to duplicate the success of Hawaiian ranchers. He planted this field with Spineless Prickly Pear Cactus, Opuntia avalon, developed by renowned horticulturalist . . . Map (db m102536) HM
8California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Jack London Had A Dream
To establish a model farm on the land that he loved and desired to preserve for future generations. Eliza London Shepard, Jack's step-sister and Ranch Superintendent, worked with Charmian for many years after Jack's death maintaining the . . . Map (db m102535) HM
9California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — 743 — Jack London Historical State Park
This is the "House of Happy Walls", built by Charmian K. London in 1919 in memory of her husband, Jack London, renowned author. Here are housed many of his works and the collection gathered in their travels throughout the world. Charmian's house, . . . Map (db m24996) HM
10California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Jack London Ranch
Jack London, noted writer, traveler and lecturer, occupied these premises from 1905 to 1916. Born San Francisco, January 12, 1876, died here November 22, 1916 “The Valley of the Moon” one of his best known books, is descriptive of this valleyMap (db m176140) HM
11California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — Jack London's Terraces Shaped the Land for Preservation
London's workers graded the steeper fields before you into stair-steps to prevent erosion. Traveling to Japan and Korea as a war correspondent in 1904, London had seen how well terracing worked. "What I never been able to understand was why they . . . Map (db m102538) HM
12California (Sonoma County), Glen Ellen — The Old WineryThe London's Many Guests and Workers Slept Here
The ruins before you are all that remains of Kohler and Frohling Winery's main building. Damaged by the 1906 earthquake, the structure was later converted by the London's into living quarters for their many workers and guests. Jack's stepsister, . . . Map (db m102539) HM
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022