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New Almaden National Register District
The New Almaden (District) is located 14 miles south of Downtown San José on Almaden Road. It is listed on the City Historic Resources Inventory as a National Register District (NRD). The district is a National Historic Landmark District (NHL) and is listed on the Historic Architectural Building Survey (HABS CA 114) as the "New Almaden Quicksilver Mine." The "New Almaden Mine" is also California State Historic Landmark #339 and 339-1 and Santa Clara County H1 New Almaden Historical Conservation Zoning District. The Spanishtown Site in New Almaden district is one of the 99 Mexican American State of California Ethnic Sites. The 1999 Santa Clara Heritage Resource Inventory lists 24 separate properties - mostly buildings - within the district. Components of County District H1 are listed on the City Inventory (21 on Almaden Road including Vichy Springs and another four on Bertram Road), 1973 California History Plan and/or 1976 California Inventory of Historic Resources.

New Almaden National Register District Map