Humboldt County is a densely forested, mountainous, rural county with more than one hundred miles of coastline along the Pacific coast in Northern California's rugged Coast Ranges. Humboldt County produces twenty percent of the total volume and thirty percent of the total value of all forest products produced in California.
The county contains over forty percent of all remaining old growth coast redwood forests, most of which are protected.
Adapted from Wikipedia.
Sequenced By Authority and Number
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|Trinidad Head||Lighthouse Road||Trinidad||California||146|
|Fort Humboldt||1853||3431 Fort Avenue||Eureka||California||154|
|Old Arrow Tree||Maple Creek Road, Half Mile East of Korbel||Korbel||California||164|
|Centerville Beach Cross||1860||Centerville Road (P.M. 0.8)||Ferndale||California||173|
|Camp Curtis||L. K. Wood Boulevard North of Ridge Road||Arcata||California||215|
|Trinidad||1850||Edwards and Hector Streets||Trinidad||California||216|
|Eureka||3rd and E Streets||Eureka||California||477|
|Oil Wells||Mattole Road and Front Street||Petrolia||California||543|
|Jacoby Building||1857||791 8th Street||Arcata||California||783|
|Old Indian Village of Tsurai||1775||Ocean and Edwards Streets||Trinidad||California||838|
|Arcata and Mad River Rail Road Company||Hatchery Road and Railroad Avenue||Blue Lake||California||842|
|Humboldt Harbor Historical District||1806||Humboldt Hill Road At Harold Larsen Vista Point||Eureka||California||882|
|Ferndale||1852||Main and Herbert Streets||Ferndale||California||883|