California Historical Landmarks in Napa County

California Historical Landmark 683
Hudson Cabin Site
Route 29 At Lincoln Avenue

California Landmark 683: Site of Hudson Cabin in Calistoga
8 June 2004
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Hudson Cabin Site

David Hudson was one of the early pioneers who helped develop the upper portion of Napa Valley by purchasing land, clearing it, and planting crops and building homes. Hudson built his cabin in October 1845.

Quoted from the California Office of Historical Preservation Website

We were unable to locate a plaque at the service station which occupies the site of Hudson's cabin. A woman who works in the service station said that she had never heard of a plaque on the property, but that the gas station had been rebuilt not long ago. She speculated that the plaque might have had been buried by the construction crew.

Here's a list of other California Historical Landmarks which had no bear flag marker when we visited them.

John York's Cabin (California Landmark 682) used to stand near southwest corner of this intersection.

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