Monterey County CA Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Alberto School Espinosa Canyon
Argyle School Cosio Knob
Arroyo Seco School Paraiso Springs
Blanco School Salinas
Camphora School Palo Escrito Peak
Canyon School Gonzales
Cooper School Big Sur
Eagle School Valleton
Elkhorn School Prunedale
Fairview School Palo Escrito Peak
Gloria School Mount Johnson
Gorda School Cape San Martin
Hames School Tierra Redonda Mountain
Hames Valley School Hames Valley
Imusdale School Stockdale Mountain
Independence School Ranchito Canyon
Jamesburg School Chews Ridge
Lake School Prunedale
Langley School Prunedale
Lewis Creek School Monarch Peak
Lincoln School Spreckels
Majestic School Pfeiffer Point
Metz School Greenfield
Monroe School San Miguel
Nacimiento School Alder Peak
Oasis School Espinosa Canyon
Pacific Grove Grammar School Monterey
Paloma Creek School Sycamore Flat
Paraiso Springs School Paraiso Springs
Pinkerton School Bryson
Prunedale School Prunedale
Redwood School Lopez Point
Rincon School Marina
Sargent School Wunpost
Seventeen Mile Drive Elementary School Monterey
Shearer School Thompson Canyon
Soberanes School Palo Escrito Peak
Somavia School Chualar
Springfield School Moss Landing
Sunset Grammar School Monterey
Sweetwater School San Lucas
Tassajara School Carmel Valley
Tularcitos School Carmel Valley
Vega School Watsonville East
Woll School Slack Canyon
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