Historical Links for Calistoga CA

Check out the links below to learn even more about the beautiful Calistoga area!

Learn more about the local heritage of the Napa Valley as it was before freeways and fast food.

These are links to other sites that offer resources on the history of Calistoga and the Napa Valley:

Napa County Historical Society was founded in 1948, and today has an active Board of Directors, and has two staff members, Nancy Levenberg, Executive Director, and Alexandria Brown, Research Librarian.

The mission of Napa County Landmarks is to protect a living record of the past for the edification and enjoyment of future generations by promoting the saving and appreciation of irreplaceable historic buildings and sites. Napa County Landmarks’ work includes advocacy, community outreach, technical preservation, education and publication, and responses to inquiries.

The City of Calistoga is located 80 miles North of San Francisco in the scenic Napa Valley. It is found at the top of the Napa Valley, at the foot of Mt. St. Helena, which rises 4500 feet above the city. Calistoga, population 5,000, is a popular destination for visitors to the heart of the Wine Country. Calistoga is best known for its geothermal hot springs, mineral water, and is home to California's Old Faithful Geyser. It is also the home of the Napa County Fairgrounds.

The Napa Valley Genealogical and Biographical Society offers its members and the public a means for learning about ancestral heritage and homeland history.

The California Historical Society is a 140-year-old, non-profit organization with a mission to inspire and empower people to make California's richly diverse past a meaningful part of their contemporary lives.

Welcome to the stories of St. Helena, the heart of Napa Valley.

The Mishewal Wappo Tribe of Alexander Valley is the last remaining Wappo Tribe in existence with 340 living members.

Following in Stevenson's Footsteps