California Historical Landmarks in Sonoma County
California Historical Landmark 501
Salvador Vallejo Adobe
421 1st Street West
Built Around 1840
Home of Captain Salvador Vallejo. He was the brother of General Mariano G. Vallejo, Sonoma's founder. Built by Indian labor,1836-1846. Occupied by Captain Vallejo and family until the Bear Flag Party seized Sonoma, June 14, 1846.
Cumberland College, Presbyterian co-educational boarding school. Located here 1858-1864.
Historical Landmark No. 501
California State Park Commission
The Salvador Vallejo Adobe contributes to the Sonama Plaza Historic District National Register Listing #75000489.
Historic Adobe Buildings