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Historical Markers in Hemet, California

 
Clickable Map of Riverside 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 Riverside County, CA (145) Imperial County, CA (51) Orange County, CA (386) San Bernardino County, CA (277) San Diego County, CA (332) La Paz County, AZ (33)  RiversideCounty(145) Riverside County (145)  ImperialCounty(51) Imperial County (51)  (386) Orange County (386)  SanBernardinoCounty(277) San Bernardino County (277)  SanDiegoCounty(332) San Diego County (332)  LaPazCountyArizona(33) La Paz County (33)
Riverside is the county seat for Riverside County
Hemet is in Riverside County
      Riverside County (145)  
ADJACENT TO RIVERSIDE COUNTY
      Imperial County (51)  
      Orange County (386)  
      San Bernardino County (277)  
      San Diego County (332)  
      La Paz County, Arizona (33)  
 
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1California (Riverside County), Hemet — 1009 — "Ramona"
Within this valley was laid part of the scene, and here resided a number of the characters portrayed in Helen Hunt Jackson's historical novel, "Ramona", which depicted life and presented the status of the Indians of many great ranchos in early . . . Map (db m50997) HM
2California (Riverside County), Hemet — 557 — Hemet Maze Stone
This pictograph, representing a maze, is an outstanding example of the work of prehistoric peoples. It, with 575 acres of land, was donated to Riverside County as a county park on April 16, 1955 by Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Miller.Map (db m50993) HM
3California (Riverside County), Hemet — 104 — Pochea Indian Village Site
Pochea was one of cluster of Indian villages forming the very large settlement of Pahsitna which extended along the ridge east and west of Ramona Bowl. Pahsitnah was thriving when the Spanish first passed by in 1774. A tragic story tells of the . . . Map (db m50668) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022