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California Historical Landmarks (CHLs) are buildings, structures, sites, or places that have been determined to have statewide historical significance by meeting at least one of the criteria: 1
- Be the first, last, only, or most significant of its type in the state or within a large geographic region (Northern, Central, or Southern California).
- Be associated with an individual or group having a profound influence on the history of California.
- Be a prototype of, or an outstanding example of, a period, style, architectural movement or construction or is one of the more notable works or the best surviving work in a region of a pioneer architect, designer or master builder. 1
Of the approximately 1,100 [still checking on exact number] California Historical Landmarks (CHLs), twelve of the landmarks are located in the City of Oakland, California.
- #45. Site of the College of California: (Franklin Street and 13th Street)
- #107. Joaquin Miller Home (Joaquin Miller Park, Joaquin Miller Road and Sanborn Drive)
- #299. Camino of Rancho San Antonio (Oakland Avenue and Santa Clara Avenue)
- #676. Site of Saint Mary's College (3093 Broadway, at Hawthorne Avenue)
- #694. Church of St. James the Apostle (1540 – 12th Avenue, at Foothill Boulevard)
- #849. Mills Hall (Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Boulevard, at Pierson Street)
- #884. Paramount Theater (2025 Broadway)
- #896. First Unitarian Church of Oakland (685 – 14th Street)
- #925. Peralta Hacienda Site (2465 – 34th Avenue, at Paxton Street)
- #962. Site of Blossom Rock Navigation Trees (Redwood Regional Park, 11500 Skyline Boulevard)
- #970. Rainbow Trout Species Identified (Redwood Regional Park, Redwood Gate entrance)
- #1027. Pardee Home (672 – 11th Street)