RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

2028 Listings

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Population: 1,545,387     2000 census
Area: 4,613,220 Acres
County Seat: Riverside 1893 - present
Date: 1893 From San Bernardino & San Diego Counties

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
   
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
20 Parent Washington Navel Orange Tree 1873
101 Giant Desert Figures  
102 Site of Louis Rubidoux House 1844
103 Site of De Anza Camp, March, 1774 March 16, 1774
104 Site of Indian Village of Pochea  
185 Serrano Boulder May, 1824
186 Serrano Tanning Vats 1819
187 Carved Rock  
188 Butterfield Stage Station 1858
190 Painted Rock  
224 Ruins of Third Serrano Adobe 1840
303 Site of Old Rubidoux Grist Mill 1847
557 Hemet Maze Stone  
638 Old Temescal Road  
738 Corona Founders Monument May 4, 1886
749 Saahatpa  
761 Mission Inn 1876
787 De Anza Crossing of the Santa Ana River, 1775 and 1776 1775
943 Cornelius and Mercedes Jenson Ranch 1865
948 Site of Blythe Intake 1877
985 Desert Training Center, California-Arizona Maneuver Area
(Established by Major General George S. Patton, Jr.) - Camp Granite
1942
985 Desert Training Center, California-Arizona Maneuver Area
(Established by Major General George S. Patton, Jr.) - Camp Young
1942
985 Desert Training Center, California-Arizona Maneuver Area
(Established by Major General George S. Patton, Jr.) - Camp Pilot Knob
1942
985 Desert Training Center, California-Arizona Maneuver Area
(Established by Major General George S. Patton, Jr.) - Camp Ibis
1942
989 Soviet Transpolar Landing Site July 14, 1937
992 Site of Contractors General Hospital
(Eventually led to Kaiser Permanente)
1933
1005 Santa Rosa Rancho
(site)
 
1009 Ramona Bowl - Site of Ramona Pagent April 13, 1923

 

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
       

 

Territorial History

1893 Created from San Bernardino & San Diego Counties
  Territory from San Diego to Riverside (1893)
Territory from San Bernardino to Riverside (1893)

 

Named for the City of Riverside, which was named in 1871  when the upper canal of the Santa Ana River reached it.

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