California Historical Landmarks in Alameda County

California Historical Landmark 299
Camino of Rancho San Antonio
Oakland and Santa Clara Avenues

California Historical Landmark 299: Camino of Rancho San Antonio in Oakland, California
There's No Here, Here
27 January 2011
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Camino of Rancho San Antonio

The Camino of Rancho San Antonio ran from Mission San Jose to Fruitvale, and later to San Pablo by way of Oakland and El Cerrito. The word camino means trail, road, highway, or line of communication that is in general public or private use.

Citation from California Office of Historic Preservation

We were unable to locate a commemorative plaque here, but we did find a commemorative plaque for Rancho San Antonio in San Leandro. Here's a list of other California Historical Landmarks which had no bear flag plaque when we visited them.
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