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Santa Barbara Historical Trails ANSWERS

Stop 1:  Santa Barbara Historical Museum
  • (non specific)
Stop 2:  Covarrubias Adobe
  • 1817, Indian labor
  • For grinding gold ore
  • Castaic Mine
Stop 3:  De La Guerra Plaza
  • August 26, 1850
Stop 4:  El Paseo & Casa De La Guerra
  • Presidio Comandante
  • December 1971
Stop 5:  Orena Adobe
  • 1849
  • To house supplies brought in from ships anchored in the harbor.
Stop 6:  Old Guardhouse
  • Christmas Day, 1846
Stop 7:  Rochin Adobe
  • Señor Jose Maria Rochin
  • $30
  • The Presidio ruins
Stop 8:  El Presidio
  • Governor Felipe de Neve, Padre Junipero Serra, Lt. Jose Francisco Ortega
  • To provide the benefits of government for the inhabitants of the Santa Barbara Channel region of California
  • (non-specific)
Stop 9:  El Cuartel - Guardhouse
  • A Presidio soldier and his family
Stop 10:  Hill-Carrillo Adobe
  • 1826
  • Jose Francisco Ortega
Stop 11:  Santa Barbara Courthouse
  • (non-specific)
Stop 12:  Santa Barbara Historical Mission
  • Earthquake, 1925
  • 1818
  • Rev. Fr. Junipero Serra, O.F.M.
  • 1848
  • Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, 1542

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San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
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    Santa Barbara Service Center

Main Administrative Office

4000 Modoc Road

Santa Barbara, CA 93110

Office: (805) 967-0105

Fax: (805) 967-5094

Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Monday thru Friday

– Curbside pickup or ship only –

 

Closed Saturday & Sunday

PLEASE CONTACT COUNCIL HEADQUARTERS FOR MORE INFORMATION.

San Luis Obispo Service Centero COVID-19

712 Fiero Ln. #29
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Office: (805) 439-2885

Temporarily closed due to COVID-19