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CALIFORNIA - Lake County - Historic Districts

Anderson Marsh Archeological District
(added 1978 - Lake County - #78000676)
Address Restricted , Lower Lake
(14860 acres)
Historic Significance: Information Potential, Event
Area of Significance: Economics, Exploration/Settlement, Prehistoric, Religion
Cultural Affiliation: Elem, Tuleyomi, Koi
Period of Significance: 7000-8999 BC, 5000-6999 BC, 3000-4999 BC, 1000-2999 BC, 1000 AD-999 BC
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Domestic
Historic Sub-function: Village Site
Current Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic

Cache Creek Archeological District
(added 1997 - Lake County - #95001130)
Address Restricted , Lower Lake
(26550 acres)
Historic Significance: Information Potential
Area of Significance: Architecture, Prehistoric, Historic - Aboriginal, Native American, Commerce
Cultural Affiliation: Archaic(Lower,Middle,Upper), Emergent(Lower,Upper), Paleoindian
Period of Significance: 7000-7499 BC, 6500-6999 BC, 6000-6499 BC, 5500-5999 BC, 5000-5499 BC, 4500-4999 BC, 4000-4499 BC, 3500-3999 BC, 3000-3499 BC, 2500-2999 BC, 2000-2499 BC, 1900-1750 AD
Owner: State , Federal , Private
Historic Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Funerary, Industry/Processing/Extraction
Historic Sub-function: Camp, Processing, Processing Site, Trade (Archeology), Village Site
Current Function: Landscape, Recreation And Culture
Current Sub-function: Conservation Area, Outdoor Recreation

Little Indian Valley
(added 1972 - Lake County - #72001603)
Address Restricted , Leesville
(0 acres)

Rattlesnake Island
(added 2008 - Lake County - #06001047)
Also known as CA-LAK-89;H. 146.147.148.1200.1201
12900 Sulphur Bank Mine Rd. , Clearlake Oaks
(560 acres)
Historic Significance: Information Potential
Area of Significance: Prehistoric, Historic - Aboriginal
Cultural Affiliation: Southeastern Pomo
Period of Significance: 1900-1750 AD, 1600-1649, 1500-1599
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Funerary, Government, Industry/Processing/Extraction, Religion
Historic Sub-function: Capitol, Ceremonial Site, Graves/Burials, Natural Feature, Processing Site, Trade (Archeology), Village Site
Current Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Landscape, Recreation And Culture, Religion
Current Sub-function: Ceremonial Site, Fishing Facility Or Site, Natural Feature, Outdoor Recreation




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