NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

612 Listings

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Population: 124,279     2000 census
Area: 482,470 Acres
County Seat: Napa* 1850 - present
Date: February 18, 1850 Original county

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
   
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
359 Old Bale Mill 1846
547 Chiles Mill 1845
561 Schramsberg 
(winery)
1862
563 Charles Krug Winery 1861
564 George Yount Blockhouse 1836
682 Site of York's Cabin, Calistoga October, 1845
683 Site of Hudson Cabin, Calistoga October, 1845
684 Sam Brannan Store, Calistoga  
685 Sam Brannan Cottage, Calistoga 1866
686 Site of Kelsey house, Calistoga  
687 Napa Valley Railroad Depot, Calistoga 1868
693 Graqve of George C. Yount 1865
710 Robert Louis Stevenson State Park May 19, 1880
814 Beringer Brothers Winery 1876
828 Veterans Home of California 1884
878 First Presbyterian Church Building 1874
939 Twentieth Century Folk Art Environmentalists (Thematic) - Litto 1955

 

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
405 5,521 7,163 12,894

 

Territorial History

1850 One of the 27 original counties
  Territory from Napa to Lake (1864)
Territory from Napa to Lake (1861)
Territory from Napa to Lake (1868)
Territory from Lake to Napa (1872)
Territory from Solano to Napa (1855)
Territory from Sonoma to Napa (1855)

 

*Napa was also known as Napa City in the 1850's
Named after Napa Valley.

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