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American Legion Perry Harris Post 260 dedicates this Veterans Memorial to the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America 2006 World War I plaque Presented by the Class of 1917 as a memorial to t…
The Etna Chapter of the Independent Order of Odd Fellow #184 was founded on January 18, 1871. There were 11 charter members. This brick building was designed by Louis Fafa and was built in 1881. The upper floor was used for lodge meetings of…
Ohio House Stage StationOregon Trail1852 - 1871
Sawyers Bar is perhaps the most picturesque of the northern mining towns. It was founded in 1850 by Captain John Best and party who were guided to the spot by a friendly Indian. The town was originally called Bestville and had over 3,000 inhabitan…
Earliest known trapper to visit Scott Valley. Employed by the Hudson Bay Company on 1836. He latermade Scott Valley his home.
Arrived in California in 1852 via Isthmus of Panama Lieut. Governor 1883-1887Supt. San Francisco Mint 1893-1897 Owner Black Bear MineProduction 3,000,000 dollars
First woman U.S. Forest Service Fire LookoutEddy Gulch Lookout on Klamath PeakKlamath National Forest 1919-1927
The city of Etna began in 1853 with the construction of a sawmill. In 1855 a flour mill was built and named Rough and Ready Mill. Stores, a hotel and schools were established by 1858. In 1854 a flour mill was erected a mile away and named the …
Crystal Creek Methodist Church was organized July 1, 1854. Among the dearest memories of the Old Log Church are those of the pioneers of Crystal Creek Sanitary Association organized in 1863, for relief work during the Civil War. The Old Log Church…
Alexander Johnson donated the land for the first High School, City Park and the Catholic Church. Leonard Joss, naturalist, landscaped the first city park, planted diverse flora all around Etna. In honor of their generosity we dedicated this …