Manhole Covers of San Andreas, California
Created 6 July 2006
This page was last updated on 23 November 2008
All photos copyrighted by David L. Magney 2006
This is a study of manhole covers from San Andreas, Calaveras County, California.
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Manhole Covers of San Andreas, Calaveras County, California
San Andreas is a small rural mining (now tourist) community in the Calaveras County in the Sierra Nevada foothills, at an average elevation of around 1,004 feet above sea level.   San Andreas was a Gold Rush town, named by a couple of Mexican prospectors working the area.   San Andreas was founded in 1848, but has remained unincorporated, and is the county seat.   San Andreas currently has a population of about 2,615 people (2000).   San Andreas citizens are composed of 92.1% Whites, 6.4% Hispanics, and 1.5% Native American.   The median household income for San Andreas residents is $32,500 and the per capita income is $16,813.
One highway passes through San Andreas, State Route 49.   The average commute time for working San Andreas residents is 25 minutes, indicating that a large percentage works out of town.   San Andreas Creek passes through town.   Additional information about San Andreas can be found at San Andreas Info and at the Official San Andreas site.
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