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National Register of Historic Places listings in Kern County, California

Location of Kern County in California

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Kern County, California.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Kern County, California, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map.[1]

There are 25 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 4 National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 18, 2019. [2]
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Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Bakersfield Californian Building March 10, 1983

(#83001183)
1707 Eye St.

35°22′30″N 119°01′10″W  /  35.375°N 119.019444°W  / 35.375; -119.019444  (Bakersfield Californian Building)
Bakersfield
2 Bandit Rock October 31, 1975

(#75000431)
Southwest of Inyokern near the junction of CA 14 and CA 178

35°35′28″N 117°56′56″W  /  35.591111°N 117.948889°W  / 35.591111; -117.948889  (Bandit Rock)
Inyokern
3 Burro Schmidt's Tunnel March 20, 2003

(#03000113)
[6]

35°24′38″N 117°52′34″W  /  35.4106°N 117.8761°W  / 35.4106; -117.8761  (Burro Schmidt's Tunnel)
Ridgecrest
4 Errea House July 29, 1997

(#97000809)
311 S. Green St.

35°07′46″N 118°26′49″W  /  35.129444°N 118.446944°W  / 35.129444; -118.446944  (Errea House)
Tehachapi
5 First Baptist Church January 2, 1979

(#79000478)
1200 Truxtun Ave.

35°22′26″N 119°00′54″W  /  35.373889°N 119.015°W  / 35.373889; -119.015  (First Baptist Church)
Bakersfield
6 Fort Tejon May 6, 1971

(#71000140)
3 mi. NW of Lebec

34°52′23″N 118°53′45″W  /  34.873056°N 118.895833°W  / 34.873056; -118.895833  (Fort Tejon)
Lebec
7 The Fort July 22, 1981

(#81000151)
Ash and Lincoln Sts.

35°09′02″N 119°27′54″W  /  35.150556°N 119.465°W  / 35.150556; -119.465  (The Fort)
Taft
8 The Forty Acres October 6, 2008

(#08001090)
30168 Garces Highway

35°45′48″N 119°17′15″W  /  35.763253°N 119.287497°W  / 35.763253; -119.287497  (The Forty Acres)
Delano
9 Green Hotel March 16, 1989

(#89000204)
530 James St.

35°30′06″N 119°17′06″W  /  35.501667°N 119.285°W  / 35.501667; -119.285  (Green Hotel)
Shafter
10 Courtlandt Gross House March 22, 1987

(#87000669)
18600 Courtlandt Ct.

35°05′20″N 118°31′31″W  /  35.088889°N 118.525278°W  / 35.088889; -118.525278  (Courtlandt Gross House)
Tehachapi
11 Jastro Building September 22, 1983

(#83001182)
1800 19th St.

35°22′35″N 119°01′18″W  /  35.376389°N 119.021667°W  / 35.376389; -119.021667  (Jastro Building)
Bakersfield
12 Kern Branch, Beale Memorial Library April 1, 1981

(#81000150)
1400 Baker St.

35°23′01″N 118°59′24″W  /  35.383611°N 118.99°W  / 35.383611; -118.99  (Kern Branch, Beale Memorial Library)
Bakersfield
13 Last Chance Canyon December 5, 1972

(#72000225)
Address Restricted

Johannesburg
14 Long Canyon Village Site April 14, 1980

(#80000803)
Address Restricted

South Lake
15 National Farm Workers Association Headquarters October 13, 2015

(#15000715)
102 Albany St.

35°45′28″N 119°15′31″W  /  35.7579°N 119.2585°W  / 35.7579; -119.2585  (National Farm Workers Association Headquarters)
Delano
16 Nuestra Senora Reina de la Paz August 30, 2011

(#11000576)
29700 Woodford-Tehachapi Rd.

35°13′25″N 118°33′33″W  /  35.223611°N 118.559167°W  / 35.223611; -118.559167  (Nuestra Senora Reina de la Paz)
Keene designated a National Historic Landmark October 8, 2012[7]
17 Ridge Route September 25, 1997

(#97001113)
Along Old Ridge Rte., roughly bounded by Sandberg and Canton Canyon (also extends into Los Angeles County)

34°37′56″N 118°41′49″W  /  34.632222°N 118.696944°W  / 34.632222; -118.696944  (Ridge Route)
Castaic
18 Rogers Dry Lake October 3, 1985

(#85002816)
Edwards Air Force Base

34°54′02″N 117°50′22″W  /  34.900556°N 117.839444°W  / 34.900556; -117.839444  (Rogers Dry Lake)
Mojave Desert
19 Santa Fe Passenger and Freight Depot January 19, 1982

(#82002187)
150 Central Valley Hwy.

35°30′18″N 119°16′35″W  /  35.505°N 119.276389°W  / 35.505; -119.276389  (Santa Fe Passenger and Freight Depot)
Shafter
20 Shafter Research Station October 17, 1997

(#97001211)
17053 Shafter Ave.

35°31′52″N 119°16′41″W  /  35.531111°N 119.278056°W  / 35.531111; -119.278056  (Shafter Research Station)
Shafter
21 Tehachapi Railroad Depot October 20, 1999

(#99001263)
101 W. Tehachapi Blvd.

35°07′58″N 118°27′06″W  /  35.132778°N 118.451667°W  / 35.132778; -118.451667  (Tehachapi Railroad Depot)
Tehachapi Burned down in 2008, currently being rebuilt to the original design specifications (with minor code-required alterations)
22 Tevis Block March 29, 1984

(#84000780)
1712 19th St.

35°22′36″N 119°01′14″W  /  35.376667°N 119.020556°W  / 35.376667; -119.020556  (Tevis Block)
Bakersfield
23 Walker Pass October 15, 1966

(#66000210)
60 mi. NE of Bakersfield on CA 178

35°39′47″N 118°01′37″W  /  35.663056°N 118.026944°W  / 35.663056; -118.026944  (Walker Pass)
Bakersfield
24 Wasco Union High School Auditorium September 30, 1997

(#97001188)
1900 Seventh St.

35°35′41″N 119°20′44″W  /  35.594722°N 119.345556°W  / 35.594722; -119.345556  (Wasco Union High School Auditorium)
Wasco
25 Weedpatch Camp January 22, 1996

(#95001554)
8305 Sunset Blvd.

35°13′23″N 118°54′20″W  /  35.223056°N 118.905556°W  / 35.223056; -118.905556  (Weedpatch Camp)
Bakersfield

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 18, 2019.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Geocode coords from United States Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) database
  7. ^ "Weekly list of actions taken on properties: 10/09/12 through 10/12/12". National Park Service. October 19, 2012. Retrieved October 21, 2012.
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