Mauldin’s Notes on Lake County CA History

                        Mauldin Collection

A collection of information from books, oral histories, letters, informants, and personal knowledge compiled by Henry Mauldin. The collection consist of over 16,000 index cards, 50 binders of typed information, pamphlets, papers, pictures, scrapbooks and his personal book collection. The collection was compiled from the 1950’s to 1980. Students and community volunteers typed the pages.

Index - Card files - 4 indexes. Index is on 4" x 6" index cards.


    General Index

    Indian Index

    Indian Words

Binders - 50 binders or 10,0000 plus pages




  • Books
  • Papers
  • Pamphlets
  • Scrapbooks
  • Pictures

    Indexes and Binders are located at the Lake County Libraries,
    the Lake County Historical Society, Lower Lake Schoolhouse and
    the Lake County Courthouse Museum in Lakeport, and on microfilm
    at the Family History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

* Reference materials require researchers to make an appointment.*

  • Pictures are at the Lake County Historical Society.
  • Books are at the Lake County Museum.
  • Other references are at the Lake County Genealogical Library.

Sample Binder Page (PDF)

Sample Index Card

The index cards have the following information. Depending on the
subject not all card have the same references. 

  • Subject - Name, place or event
  • Township & Range
  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Page-line number (pages have numbered lined)
  • Paper #
  • Pamphlet#
  • Scrapbook#
  • B- with page# and inches down from top of page (book)


This is a reseach tool for all Lake County Researchers.

*Be sure to check alternative spelling. Also some listings may be found by first name - not surname.
For locations - also check by north of, south of, west of, east of.

*Researchers call this simply “Mauldin”. It should be referenced as Mauldin’s Notes on Lake County History or Mauldin’s Lake County History.

*Sites with Longitude and Latitude may be located on private property. Please seek permission form land owners prior to visiting a site. New GPS devices read in degrees - minutes - tenths of minutes.

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