VENTURA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

1456 Listings

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Population: 753,197     2000 census
Area: 1,181,410 Acres
County Seat: Ventura*1872 - present
Date: 1872 From Santa Barbara County

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
   
Spanish Missions

Name

Date

Date Restored
Mission San Buenaventura March 31, 1782 1957
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
113 Site of Junipero Serra's Cross March 31, 1782
114 Old Mission Reservoir  
114-1 San Buenaventura Mission Aqueduct 1815
115 Olivas Adobe 1837
310 Mission San Buenaventura March 31, 1782
553 Rancho Camulos 1839
624 Warring Park August 11, 1769
659 Stagecoach Inn
moved in 1965
1876
727 Portola Expedition Campsite
later Asistencia Santa Paula
August 11, 1769
756 Sycamore Tree  
847 Ventura County Courthouse July, 1913
939 Twentieth Century Folk Art Environments (Thematic) - Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village  
979 Rancho Simi
996 Union Oil Company Building October 17, 1890

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
      5,088

 

Territorial History

1872 Created in 1872 from Santa Barbara County
  Territory from Santa Barbara to Ventura (1872)
Territory from San Luis Obispo to Ventura (1872)
Territory from Los Angeles to Ventura (1881)

 

* Ventura (the city) was chartered as San Buenaventura
Named for the Mission San Buenaventura. 

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