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State Route 4 and the dredged San Joaquin River connect the city with the San Francisco Bay Area to its west.
Stockton and Sacramento are California's only inland sea ports.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city occupies a total area of 64.8 square miles (168 km) (4.76%) is water.
When Europeans first visited the Stockton area, the Yatchicumne, a branch of the Northern Valley Yokuts Indians, occupied the Stockton area.
and it was the first community in California to have a name not of Spanish or Native American origin.
The city is located on the San Joaquin River in the northern San Joaquin Valley and had an estimated population of 320,554 by the California Department of Finance for 2017.
During the California Gold Rush, Stockton developed as a river port, the hub of roads to the gold settlements in the San Joaquin Valley and northern terminus of the Stockton - Los Angeles Road.
Built during the California Gold Rush, Stockton's seaport serves as a gateway to the Central Valley and beyond.
It provided easy access for trade and transportation to the southern gold mines.
They built their villages on low mounds to keep their homes above regular floods.
A Yokuts village named Pasasimas was located on a mound between Edison and Harrison Streets on what is now the Stockton Channel in downtown Stockton.