STANISLAUS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

513 Listings

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Population: 446,997     2000 census
Area: 956,520 Acres
County Seat: Adamsville* 1854 Empire City* 1854 - 1856 La Grange* 1856 - 1862 
Knights Ferry* 1862 - 1872  Modesto 1872 - present
Date: 1854 From Tuolumne County

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
   
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
347 Knights Ferry
once called Dentville
1849
414 French Bar
now La Grange
not at original site
1850
415 The Willm's Ranch 1850
418 Empire City  
934 Temporary Detention Camps for Japanese Americans - Turlock Assembly Center 1942

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
  2,245 6,499 8,951

 

Territorial History

1854 Created from Tuolumne County
  Territory from Tuolumne to Stanislaus (1854)
Territory from Stanislaus to Merced (1866)
Territory from Merced to Stanislaus (1868)
Territory from San Joaquin to Stanislaus (1860)

 

* Adamsville no longer exists
* Empire City was destroyed by flood in 1862
* La Grange was earlier known as French Bar
* Knights Ferry was known as Dentville
Named for the Stanislaus River. 

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