Historic Map - Santa Barbara, CA - 1877

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Bird's eye view of Santa Barbara, California, 1877. Looking north to the Santa Barbara Mountians. Drawn & published by E.S. Glover.

The city of Santa Barbara became part of the United States in 1848, and during the next decade the city saw their population more than double due to the Gold Rush. This beautiful map provides a look back to the early beginnings of the city. Complete reference list below.


Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1 - Santa Barbara College.
  2 - St. Vincent School.
  3 - Public School Buildings.
  4 - Old Mission School.
  5 - Episcopal Church.
  6 - Presbyterian Church.
  7 - Catholic Church.
  8 - Methodist Church.
  9 - Baptist Church.
10 - Congregational Church.
11 - Episcopal Church.
12 - County Court House.
13 - City Offices.
14 - Theatre Building.
15 - Arlington Hotel.
16 - Occidental Hotel.
17 - Morris House.
18 - I.O.O.F. Hall and Library.
19 - Santa Barbara Press Office.
20 - Santa Barbara County Bank.
21 - National Gold Bank.
22 - Mission Canyon.
23 - Sycamore Canyon.
24 - Hot Springs.
25 - Oil District.
26 - Quicksilver Mine.
27 - Rockland Tract.