Historical Markers in
Mariposa County, California

A Home for Rangers A New Vision for an Ancient Grove A Seasonal Lake A Shrine to Justice in California A Storied Landscape A Varied View A View Through Time Agua Fria Agua Fria Avalanche! Bagby Bear Valley Big Tree Bracken Fern and Baskets Bridgeport California State Mining and Mineral Museum Capital Saloon Cathey's Valley Catheys Valley Schoolhouse Cavagnaro General Store Celebrating the Mariposa Grove Coulterville Coulterville Coulterville Hotel Coulterville Toll Road D. Ghirardelli & Co. Disappearing Waterfalls Early Tourism El Capitan Enduring Giant Fremont Adobe Fremont’s Fort Glacier Point Hotel Glacier Point View Terrace Glaciers at the Gate Haigh Ranch Happy Isles Gaging Station Historic Walls Hornitos Hornitos Hornitos Hornitos Masonic Hall Hornitos Masonic Hall No. 98 Indian Gulch James Hutchings Jeffery Hotel John Muir... The Woodcutter John Trabucco Building La Mineta 1850 - Princeton 1854 - Mount Bullion 1862 LeConte Memorial Lodge Mariposa County Court House Mariposa County Courthouse Mariposa County’s Old Stone Jail Mariposa Independent Order Odd Fellows Hall Mariposa Meat Market Mariposa Museum and History Center May Rock Mirror Lake Resources Mormon Bar Mrs. E. Trabucco Store Mt. Buckingham School Natural Dam Old Wells Fargo Office Olmsted Point President Theodore Roosevelt & John Muir Meeting Site Reawakening the Meadow Rewards of Travel Schlageter Hotel Selling the Sublime Site of Savage’s Trading Post St. Catherine Catholic Church St. Joseph's Catholic Church St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Sun Sun Wo Co. Sustaining the Mariposa Grove The Ahwahnee Porte Cochere The Ahwahneechee The Art of Thomas Hill The Grand Lodge The Journey to Yosemite The Mint The Old Yosemite Village The Ophir Mines The Story of Half Dome The Surviving Tunnel Tree The Townsite of Agua Fria, California Visitors at Mirror Lake Waterfalls of Yosemite Valley Wawona Hotel Welcome to Glacier Point Whistling Billy Whitlock Mining District William Sell Jr. Memorial Bridge Yosemite Valley Yosemite Valley Railroad Yosemite Valley's First Visit by White Men