SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

3937 Listings

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Population: 1,709,434     2000 census
Area: 12,839,540 Acres
County Seat:* San Bernardino 1853 - present
Date:1853 From Los Angeles County

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
   
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
42 San Bernardino Asistencia
(Extension of  Mission San Gabriel)
1830
43 The Zanja 1820
44 Site of Mormon Stockade 1851
95 Guachama Rancheria
(renamed San Bernardino on May 20, 1810 and then San Bernardino Rancho of Mission San Gabriel
 
96 Mormon Road 1854
121 Agua Mansa
not at original site
1845
191 Yorba (1853) -Slaughter (1868) Adobe 1853
360 Tapia Adobe (Site of) 1839
490 Cucamonga Rancho Winery 1839
528 Yucaipa Adobe 1842
573 Sycamore Grove
aka Sycamore Valley
 
576 Santa Fe and Salt Lake Trail Monument 1917
577 Mormon Trail Monument June, 1851
578 Stoddard-Waite Monument 1849
579 Daley Toll Road Monument 1870
617 Fort Benson 1857
618 Garces (1776)-Smith (1826) Monument  
619 Holcomb Valley May 4, 1860
620 Yucaipa Rancheria  
622 Harry Wade Exit Route 1849
717 The Angeles National Forest (July 1, 1908)
aka San Gabriel Timberland Reserves (1892)
San Gabriel National Forest (March 4, 1907)
December 20, 1892
725 Old Bear Valley Dam
(200 feet east and 20 under water of present Big Bear Dam (1912))
1884
737 Chimney Rock  
774 Searles Lake Borax Discovery 1862
781 National Old Trails Monument  
782 Town of Calico 1881
859 Von Schmidt State Boundary Monument 1873
892 Harvey House 1885
939 Twentieth Century Folk Art Environments (Thematic) - Possum Trot 1954
939 Twentieth Century Folk Art Environments (Thematic) - Hulaville 1955
942 Site of the Rancho Chino Adobe of Isaac Williams 1841
950 United States Rabbit Experimental Station March, 1928
963 The Mojave Road  
977 The Arrowhead  

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
  5,551 3,988 7,800

 

Territorial History

1853 Created from Los Angeles County
  Territory from Los Angeles to San Bernardino (1853)
Territory from Los Angeles to San Bernardino (1878)*
Territory from San Bernardino Riverside (1893)
Territory from San Bernardino Inyo (1872)

 

* Placed in San Bernardino county in 1878 but claimed in 1876.
* Now the largest county in area in the united states.
The name Bernardino means "bold as a bear." The Spanish gave the name San Bernardino to the snowcapped peak in southern California, in honor of Saint Bernard the patron saint of mountain passes. The county is named after him. 

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