Location of the site of Miner Levee (1927), north of Channel Stockton between Harrison Street and street Lincoln. By resolution no. 33,837, of 31 January 1977, that site was added to the town register.

Channel Stockton is in Stockton, Calif. It operates from Stockton Channel to Downtown Stockton, on the San Joaquin River in the Stockton Port. Stockton Channel's Northeastern part is regarded as McLeod Lake and is often called the Stockton Waterfront. The canal is approximately 2.5 km wide and originates from the 1800s. The channel Stockton began with the Stockton Slough, the channel of water used to be the channel of the San Joaquin River. McLeod Lake is appointed for the trappers from the Hudson Bay trappers from Alexander Roderick McLeod, arriving to Stockton for the trapping of beavers in the area.

California's Interstate 5 runs across the canal at its center. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages the Stockton Canal once a year, which involves dragging in order to prevent silt. Stockton Channel's Mormon slough segments. Levees contain the Stockton Channel. The Levee miners are on the top and the Levee miners are at the west. A tiny area of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River delta is the Stockton Canal. In the wonderful storm of 1955, the Stockton Canal poured over its walls. There is parallel running on the Smith Channel south.

The Mormon slough had a dam that stopped the flood, and the Stockton Channel was divided. On 24 October 2016, the dam was lifted. A creek called Miner Channel was built on the top of downtown Stockton Channel in the beginning. Miner's channel running from Miner to Channel Street. Miner Street is flooding sometimes, so the filling was piped. The last location of the Miner Channel and discovered artifacts from 1890's to the 1930s were excavated by archeologists in 2000. Before the fresh Cineplex building was constructed, the excavation took place.

The Gold Rash Stockton, which was focused on Stockton Channel cap, was located in the 1950's near the design site.  The design zone was located on the north side of Stockton's first Chinese community. Although the region around the building base is recognized as the Chinese quarter of Stockton, it could be better defined as a multi-ethnic urban area.

This amazing landmark is located near Downtown Stockton and also only a short distance away from:

  • Temple Israel Cemetery

  • Benjamin Holt Home

  • Swett-Moreing Home

  • County Jail Site

  • Burial place of John Brown

  • Temporary Detention Camps at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds

  • Weber Point

  • Reuel Colt Gridley Monument

  • Miner Levee Site

  • County Courthouse Site

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