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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Trinidad
Trinidad, California and Vicinity
▶ Humboldt County (106) ▶ Del Norte County (12) ▶ Mendocino County (41) ▶ Siskiyou County (165) ▶ Trinity County (59)
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The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse is one of the most iconic landmarks on the North Coast and a beloved, historical symbol of the Trinidad community. The structure was built in 1949 as a replica of the original 1871 Trinidad Lighthouse, which . . . — — Map (db m139525) HM|
| "Carolus III. Dei G. Hyspaniarum Rex"
June, 9 1775
Replaced by Club Women of Humboldt Co.
Sept. 9, 1913 — — Map (db m139523) HM|
|Founded April 8, 1850, Trinidad is the oldest town on the Northern California coast. During the 1850s, it served as a vital supply link between ships anchored at Trinidad Bay and miners in the Klamath, Trinity, Salmon River, and Gold Bluff mines. It . . . — — Map (db m1188) HM|
|Directly below was located the ancient Yurok village of Tsurai. A prehistoric, permanent Indian community, it was first located and described by Captains Bodega and Heceta, June 9-19, 1775. The houses were of hand-split redwood planks, designed for . . . — — Map (db m1189) HM|