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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Julian

 
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Julian, California and Vicinity
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1California (San Diego County), Julian — Bailey House
home of Drury D. Bailey Founder of Julian in 1869 House completed in 1876 — Map (db m82430) HM
2California (San Diego County), Julian — De Luca House — 1893
Frank Antonio De Luca, Italian immigrant, naturalized 1872 at Memphis, TN. and wife, Florence, created this small house, typical of Julian, in 1897 from a studless rough plank cabin built in 1893 by miner C.L. Barnett. De Luca came here in 1889, age . . . — Map (db m82414) HM
3California (San Diego County), Julian — De Luca Store — 1890
Frank De Luca, Italian immigrant, built this general store featuring fresh produce. A cold spring, struck in the excavation, spawned a cellar saloon. Julian voted dry in 1902 under local option law. The popular saloon thereafter sold only . . . — Map (db m82419) HM
4California (San Diego County), Julian — F.L. Blanc Rental — 1899
This is one of the three rentals built near 3rd and "C" St. By F.L. Blanc, first resident preacher of Julian. This site still has the well drilled to provide running water for his mining tenants. They no longer had to carry it 2 blks up hill from . . . — Map (db m84773) HM
5California (San Diego County), Julian — F.L. Blanc Warehouse — 1906
Built by F.L.Blanc, Parson, Carpenter, Lumberman to store apple box "shook" for drying. When box making failed to pay, he turned it into his first store selling lumber, paint & "A small stock of luxuries." It was used as a rental in the 30's and . . . — Map (db m84775) HM
6California (San Diego County), Julian — Frary House — 1897
Almon Phineas Frary, Jr. and his bride, Elizabeth, assembled this small house, typical of Julian, by joining Al's miner's cabin to an abandoned one-room school house on the site of the dismantled Overland Hotel & Saloon and Julian's second town . . . — Map (db m82418) HM
7California (San Diego County), Julian — Honoring Black Pioneers of Julian
33 of the 55 black residents listed in the 1880 U.S. Census for San Diego County, lived in the Julian area. First to find gold was Fred Coleman in 1869. A creek, mining camp and a toll road bear his name. Albert Robinson and wife Margaret founded . . . — Map (db m82388) HM
8California (San Diego County), Julian — Hoskings Rental — 1903
A mining & ranching town, many Julian people could not afford to buy a home on $3.00/10 hr. day. This rental, typical of many here, provided 564 sq. ft., four rooms, kerosene lamps, woodstove, hand dug well and privy for $6.00 to $12.00/ month. It . . . — Map (db m82417) HM
9California (San Diego County), Julian — Hotel Robinson — 1897
Built for Albert Robinson, ex-Missouri slave, and wife Margaret on the site of their restaurant – bakery, this sole surviving Julian mining era hotel became famous for its hospitality. Miners, promotors, politicians, sightseers, salesmen, and . . . — Map (db m82413) HM
10California (San Diego County), Julian — Jacoby Building — 1897
The original general store, with outside walls covered in pressed tin to simulate brick, was built by F.L. Blanc carpenter and minister, for Morris and Rosa Jacoby. It burned to the ground in Aug. 1996 and was rebuilt as a near replica of the . . . — Map (db m82427) HM
11California (San Diego County), Julian — 412 — Julian
Following the discovery of gold nearby during the winter of 1869-70, this valley became the commercial and social center of a thriving mining district. Ex-Confederate soldier Drury D. Baily laid out the town on his farmland and named it for his . . . — Map (db m51089) HM
12California (San Diego County), Julian — Julian
Historic Gold Mining Town founded by Drury D. Bailey Feb. 1870 — Map (db m82389) HM
13California (San Diego County), Julian — Julian / The Eagle Gold Mine
the two markers are attached to a flag pole Upper Marker Julian This marker placed in memory of Mrs. Ida B. Wellington May 25, 1887 – Dec. 16, 1962 Historian – Humanitarian Daughter of Drury Bailey who . . . — Map (db m82393) HM
14California (San Diego County), Julian — Julian Hotel — (Hotel Robinson) — 1897 —
placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior June 23, 1978 — Map (db m82412) HM
15California (San Diego County), Julian — Julian Jail — 1914
Run by a citizen constable whose wife cooked for prisoners, this jail held suspects, often involved with whiskey and/or fists, for trial and, if found guilty, for short terms imposed by the Justice of the Peace. Long terms were not served here. . . . — Map (db m82431) HM
16California (San Diego County), Julian — Julian Pioneer Museum — Circa: 1890
In 1888, blacksmith, Joseph Treshil, bought the property from Drury Bailey holder of homestead patent (signed by Pres. Grover Cleveland). The building, with walls two feet thick made of shist & adobe, served as a blacksmith shop. Peter Mayrhoffer, . . . — Map (db m82390) HM
17California (San Diego County), Julian — Julian Town Hall — 1914
The 1st and 2nd halls, 1871-1876, were businesses available for civic uses. The 3rd, 1876, Centennial Hall, honored the 100th Anniversary of the USA, became too small and was sold for scrap. The 4th, 1897, an impressive building, burned Dec., . . . — Map (db m51699) HM
18California (San Diego County), Julian — Levi~Marks Store — 1886
This brick building, first in the back-country, was built using 100,000 bricks from Ike Levi's Julian kiln for Adolph Levi, Austrian emigrant, and his partner Joseph Marks, native Mississippian. Dis-solution of the partnership made Marks the sole . . . — Map (db m82428) HM
19California (San Diego County), Julian — 858 — Pedro Fages Trail
On October 29, 1772, Colonel Pedro Fages headed east from San Diego searching for army deserters. It was the first entry by Europeans into Oriflamme Canyon. From there, Fages and his men traveled on through Cajon Pass, around the Mojave and the . . . — Map (db m51102) HM
20California (San Diego County), Julian — Pioneer Cemetery — 1870
For over 50 years grave sites on this hill were inaccessible to wagons. Coffins were carried from the wagon to the grave up this walk which bears due west along the 3rd standard parallel south. In 1896 Mary Clough died during a storm. It took . . . — Map (db m82429) HM
21California (San Diego County), Julian — Santa Ysabel School
Built at Witch Creek, ten miles west of Julian in 1888 and used thru June 1954. this historical building was moved to Julian in 1970, and restored by the Julian Historical Society, the County of San Diego, and many other donors. Rededicated . . . — Map (db m82391) HM
22California (San Diego County), Julian — 304 — Vallecito Stage Station
A reconstruction (1934) of Vallecito Stage Station built in 1852 at the edge of the Great Colorado Desert. It was an important stop on the first official transcontinental route, serving the San Diego-San Antonio ('Jackass') mail line (1857-1859), . . . — Map (db m51579) HM
23California (San Diego County), Julian — 304 — Vallecito-Butterfield Stage Station — 19 Miles
One of the chief remaining landmarks of famous old stage line. Coaches and spring wagons carried passengers and mail. Stations were built at 20-mile intervals. The first stage on the line left St. Louis on September 15, 1858. — Map (db m51582) HM
24California (San Diego County), Julian — Wheelbarrow Odometer Survey of 1894
From May 5th to December 29, 1894, Porter Perrin Wheaton, a civil and mining engineer, measured 2328 miles of county roads. His wheelbarrow with odometer, clinometer, and compass made the survey unique. From this data was prepared the first . . . — Map (db m82392) HM
25California (San Diego County), Julian — Wilcox Building — 1872
This building of hand hewn beam logs cut from Volcan Mtn. was a general store, post office, a stage coach stop, and telephone exchange, owned by story telling Horace F. Wilcox, president of the “Hot Stove Society” - a gathering of men . . . — Map (db m82394) HM
 
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