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Vector maps of California State

Each file is fully customizable with the ability to change the color, font of individual counties and states to suit your needs.

California is bordered by Pacific Ocean to the west, Oregon to the north, Nevada and Arizona to the east, and the Mexican state to the south.

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Colleges and universities in Califronia.Vector map.
Colleges and universities in Calofornia and its metropolitan area. US-CA-univers 0.
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Preview of California State free map
California State free outline map. US-CA-free 1.
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California old map. 1885. Screen resolution. NON vector image.
Image from David Rumsey Historical Map Collection US-CA-old 1.
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Preview of California county  vector map.
Each county shape costum editable US-CA-mono 2.
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Preview of California county vector map, colored.
Political subdivion of California state. US-CA-color 3.
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Preview of California State zip codes vector map
5 digit editable zip code map of California US-CA-zip 4.
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California vector county map with jpg image. 9 MB
Editable shapes, text. Jpg 2304x2560 px. 72 ppi US-CA-county 4.
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Preview of California State vector road map.
California State National and State Higways map US-CA-highway 5.
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San Francisco zip code  vector map
US-San-Fran 6.
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US-counties in Pacific region. 4 state county map
Calfornia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii county map US-Pacific 6.
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Preview of California state 5 digit zip code and area code vector map
CA state postal code with name of location.Phone area codes US-CA-zip2 7.
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Detail of California  state subdivision vector map.
Minor civil division of California on vector map US-CA-SUB 8.
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Orange county locations
Towns in Orange county. Vector map Orange-county 8.
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San Bernardino, CA, printable city map AI, PDF format.
Vector map of San Bernardino 11 MB AI, 17 MB PDF US-CA-S.Bern 10.
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Modesto,CA map. Printable map of Modesto. 6 MB, CS3 version
Modesto city vector map landmarks, detailed streets US-CA-Modesto 10.
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Reno CA vector map. Reno printable map. 9 MB CS3 version
Reno city Adobe Illustrator map. US-CA-Reno 10.
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Chula Vista, CA street map in vector format. CS3 version. 10MB
Chula Vista city zip code boundary map (2014) US-CA-Chulavista 12.
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Stockton city, CA street map, Stockton zip code map. 8 MB
Stockton route map, Stockton printable map CS3 US-CA-Stockton 13.
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Bakersfield city vector map. Printable map. 8MB. CS5 version
AI map of Bakersfield, California. US-CA-Bakersfield 14.
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Riverside, CA vector map. Editable map of Riverside. 11 MB. CS3
Riverside city zip code map. US-CA-Riverside 15.
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Anaheim city vector map. Anaheim zip code map.14MB.
Anaheim street map. 14 MB. US-CA-Anaheim 16.
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Santa Ana, CA vector map. Santa Ana zip code map. 7 MB
Santa Ana printable vector map. US-CA-SantaAna 17.

Capital: Sacramento

Land Area: 163,696 square miles; Rank 3rd

Statehood: September 9, 1850. 31st State

Population: 38,802,500 (2014 est)

Useless information facts

In 1510, the Spanish romance, "Las Serges de Esplanadian," told of an island, an earthly paradise, with the name of California. When the Spanish conquistadors arrived in the New World expecting to find vast riches, they called the spot California. Baja, or Lower, California is in Mexico, and Alta, Upper, California is now the state.

The La Brea Tar Pits were part of a ranch purchased in 1870 by Henry Hancock. He planned to sell the tar for paving streets, but animal bones and teeth found in it attracted the attention of scientists and the bones were taken to the Museum of Natural History.

California contains 96 areas totaling about 587,000 acres reserved for the peoples of the Hoopa, Paiute, Yurok, Karok, and Mission Bands Ute.

In 1873, Andrew Hallidie conceived of the notion to surmount the obstacles of San Francisco s hills by replacing horse-drawn carriages with a system of cables under the street to pull cars.

California s Central Valley does not naturally have sufficient water for the citrus crop. Long canals called aqueducts transport the needed water to the farmland.

In 1769 Father Junipero Serra s led a group of Spanish soldiers and friars into California. He founded the first mission at San Diego, and it served as a spiritual and physical refuge for non-Indian citizens. Twenty-one missions were planned and built along the California coast, each one day s ride by horse from the next. The trails between these were called the King s highway, or El Camino Real. Each mission included a friary, church, shops, dormitory, and storage rooms.

The trees of California are renowned. The ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest has specimens of bristle-cone pines which are 4,600 years old. Redwoods are the tallest, and giant sequoias are the very largest living things on earth.

Certain weak points in the enormous plates of bedrock below the earth s surface, usually the place where plates meet, are called faults. When these plates shift, earthquakes occur. Much of California lies along the San Andreas Fault, so earthquakes are not uncommon. Today, construction takes into account the possibility of the foundations moving slightly, and buildings are safer than at the time of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906, when tremors and fires cost 450 lives. An earthquake in October of 1989 caused massive property damage in the San Francisco Bay area and the loss of 59 lives.

California s term as the Bear Flag Republic lasted only 23 days, from June, 1846 until July. California had been governed as part of Mexico, and Americans in California, fearing that the United States would hesitate to take control, declared the region an independent republic. The United States had already been at war with Mexico for more than a month. After several battles, Mexico surrendered on January 13, 1847. The February 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo gave California to the United States, and it officially became the California Territory.

California had a single gold-bearing vein of quartz 150 miles long. Called the "Mother Lode," its potential for wealth lured miners by the thousands in the 1840s and 1850s.

In 1869, the golden spike in Promontory, Utah, completed the transcontinental railroad, making California accessible and providing transport for the state s products to the East.

As World War II ended, most nations of the world sent representatives to a gathering in San Francisco which became the start of the United Nations.

Ronald Reagan is not a native of California, but he served as governor of the state for two terms, then two terms as U.S. President, elected in 1980 and 1984.

The only president native to California was Richard Milhous Nixon, twice vice president under Eisenhower, and elected President in 1968 and 1972.