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You are invited to explore these great links about our wonderful Yreka history!  Follow links at the State and Federal level to learn about historic preservation and financial incentives.

Local Links:

Yreka History
Siskiyou History Alliance
The Black's Building 
Yreka History Timeline
City of Yreka (official site)
Mt. Shasta Collection (located at College of the Siskiyous in Weed)
Genealogical Society of Siskiyou County
Siskiyou Cemeteries Central
Siskiyou Historians Online Discussion Group This is a knowledgeable group of folks very willing to share their expertise!  Free and easy to join!
Yreka Chamber of Commerce
The Red Scarf Society (supporting performing arts)
Jefferson Backroads ~ local monthly paper, look for historical articles
Siskiyou County School History
Happy Camp and Klamath Valley Pioneers Blog
Dunsmuir Depot Museum

Preservation Links:

California Office of Historic Preservation
Online Resources for Historic Preservation in California
US National Park Service Preservation Planning ~  Plan Profile for California
US National Park Service History and Culture Preservation
National Trust for Historic Preservation Teardowns and McMansions
National Trust for Historic Preservation Western Regional Office
National Trust for Historic Preservation online magazine
Preservation Directory
California Historical Society
California Historic Building Code Regulations and Information

Historic Preservation Grant Links:

US National Park Service Historic Preservation Grants
US National Park Service "Save America's Treasures Grant Program"
Historic Preservation Incentives Information from the California Office of Historic Preservation
Mills Act Property Tax Abatement Program
Federal Historic Preservation Tax  Incentive Program
Preservation.org and their links to preservation grants can be found here:  Grants & Funding Sources

National Register for Historic Places:

National Register of Historic Places Official website.
How to complete the application for inclusion on the National Register.  Downloadable pdf form from National Park Service here.

Website that lists Historical Markers Throughout the U.S.