ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

1516 Listings

Page: 1 of 3  Section: 1-5 of 16 Place Names: | 30-Gl |
Page: 2 of 3  Section: 6-10 of 16 Place Names: | Go-Pa |
Page: 3 of 3  Section: 11-16 of 16  Place Names: | Pa-Ya |
Population: 2,846,289     2000 census
Area: 505,400 Acres
County Seat: Santa Ana 1889 - present
Date: 1889 From Los Angeles County

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
    
Spanish Missions

Name

Date

Date Restored
Mission San Juan Capistrano 1776 Ongoing
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
112 North Gate of City of Anaheim  
189 Dana Point  
198 Old Landing September 10, 1870
199 The Serrano Adobe 1842
200 Mission San Juan Capistrano 1776
201 Pioneer House of the Mother Colony 1857
202 Silverado 1878
203 Red Hill 1890
204 Old Santa Ana  
205 Modjeska's Home 1888
217 Black Star Canyon Indian Village Site  
218 Barton Mound  
219 Anaheim Landing 1857
225 Flores Peak  
226 Don Bernardo Yorba Ranchhouse Site 1834
227 Diego Sepulveda Adobe  
228 Carbondale 1878
729 Old Maizeland School
(Rivera School)
(not in original location)
1868
775 Site of First Water-to-Water Flight May 10, 1912
794 McFadden Wharf 1888
837 Orange County's Original Courthouse 1900
918 Olinda 1897
959 Balboa Pavilion 1905
1004 Old Town Irvine 1887

 

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
       

 

Territorial History

1889 Created from Los Angeles County
  Territory from Los Angeles to Orange (1889)
 
 

 

This county was given the name of Orange for its extensive orange groves.

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