SISKIYOU COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
 

3294 Listings

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Population: 44,301     2000 census
Area: 4,023,850 Acres
County Seat: Yreka 1852 - present
Date: 1852 From Klamath and Shasta Counties

 

Mining Districts
Name Type
   
   
   
Historical Landmarks
Number

Name

Date
9 Captain Jack's Stronghold December 1, 1872
13 Guillem's Graveyard 1872
110 Canby's Cross - 1873 April, 1873
317 Site of Fort Jones October 16, 1852
396 Strawberry Valley Stage Station
aka Berryvale, Sisson, Mount Shasta City
1857
517 Emigrant Trail Crossing of Present Highway  
901 West Miner Street - Third Street Historic district, Yreka  

 

Census Totals

1850 1860 1870 1880
  7,629 6,648 8,401

 

Territorial History

1852 Created from Klamath and Shasta Counties
  Territory from Klamath to Siskiyou (1852)
Territory from Shasta to Siskiyou (1852)
Territory from Klamath to Siskiyou (1875)
Territory from Del Norte to Siskiyou (1887)
Territory from Siskiyou to Del Norte (1887)
Territory from Siskiyou to Modoc (1874)

 

Named after the Siskiyou Mountain Range. 

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