Historical Markers in
San Joaquin County, California

America's First Coast-to-Coast Road Athearn School Bell B & M Building Banner Island Historic Site Banta Inn Battle of Waterloo California Building California Chicory Works Campo Bravo Arena Charles Weber and the Founding of Stockton Chinese 1976 Bicentennial Monument City Hall, Fire House and Jail Clements Elementary School Commercial and Savings Bank David S. Terry Edward B. Conde Home Elliot Cemetery Elliott Cemetery Estanislao's Stronghold Farmington Odd Fellows Lodge #296 Firefighters Memorial First Transcontinental Railroad French Camp Glenview Cemetery Goddess of Justice Hale Park Hand Hall Harmony Grove Church Head of Navigation Hotel Lodi James B. Anderson John Brown José Maria Morelos y Pavón Lathrop Laura de Force Gordon Liberty California Liberty Plot Lindsay Point Lodi Arch Lodi Mission Arch Lone Star Mill Louis Andreas Mackville Road Bridge Magnolia Historic District Medico-Dental Building Moses Rogers Home New Hope – 1846 Old Lodi (Mokelumne Station) Ort J. Lofthus Crosstown Freeway Pioneer Hill / Lockeford Remember Pearl Harbor Ripon World War II Memorial Saint John’s Episcopal Church and Guild Hall Saint Mary’s Catholic Church Salem School Bell San Joaquin Valley College Santa Fe Depot Site of Carnegie Site of San Joaquin City Sperry Flour Mill Office Stockton Assembly Center Stockton City Hall Stockton Developmental Center Stockton Jewish Community Center Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium Stockton Savings and Loan Society Bank Stockton Veterans Monument Stockton Vietnam War Memorial Stockton Women Veterans Tree Temple Israel Cemetery The Comet – 1846 – First Sail Launch The Compass Rose The First A&W Root Beer The Shooting of David S. Terry The Sister City Story The Soldiers Friend Tracy World War I Memorial and Honor Roll We Shall Never Forget Weber Point Weber Point Home – 1850 Weber Primary School Woman's Club of Lodi World War II Memorial