CAMILO YNITA ADOBE

(“Oldest House Nort of San Francisco”)


This house was built in 1776 by the father of Camillo Ynitia or Unitia, the last chief of the Olompali Indians. The Indians were taught to make adobe bricks by Lieutenant Bodega and his party while they were surveying and charting the harbor of San Francisco Bay. The old adobe house is inside the house now on the site. (Burned in 1976).

Designation:
• National Historic Site (73000409)
• State Historical Site (210)
Visited: 05/30/2015
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