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In deep appreciation of those who had the foresight to plan, design, and construct the Oroville Dam Project and to those who have been operating and maintaining it for the State Water Project and the people of California.
Since its inception, t…
A memorial to those whose burial places inBidwell Bar CemeteryEnterprise CemeteryAnd six family plotswere moved to make way for the rising waters ofOroville Reservoir
In Veneration of theEarly Day Pioneer MinersOf Thompson Flat District
This historical monument and area marks their burial site dating from 1849 to about 1880. Names unknown.
Dedicated November 12, 1972byThe Cemetery Board of TrusteesTommy …
Site of Gold Rush settlements Long's Bar, Adamstown, White Rock, and nearby Banner Mine. Sam Neal discovered gold here in 1848. First Christian and Masonic observances in Butte County held here 1849. First county ferry franchise, 1850.
In memory ofJames D. Braseltonhis wifeAnna C. Braseltonand their familyThe erection of this historical monumentmarking the site of their home here atGarden Ranch built in 1887 and the Braselton Room in the Oroville Museumwas made possible by their…
On these 4 corners was the Old Town of Paradise, known in the 1860's as Leonard's Mill. Just north was the mill, hotel and stage stop. To the N.E. was a turpentine distillery. To the east was the school. The Paradise post office was established an…
There are four sides to this marker, a plaque on each side.
Side 21852 - 1886Eugene F. Kunkle · Durville Bequette · Charles Deleplain · Hinrich Buschmann · John Wake · Benjamin F. Butler · William Leon…
Dedicated to those Who made the Ultimate Sacrifice Arguello, Robert · Collins, Clarence, Cpl · Casey, Liam Soueph, Pfc · Clewett, Kenneth, Cpt · Darting, Leslie · Hill, Dale Evan, Pfc · Collins, Clarence H…
In Memory OfPFC. Steven J. Walberg-RiottoAugust 19, 1988 0 April 14, 2007Operation Iraqi Freedom
This site was first settled in 1850.It was named Dogtown for the dogsraised and sold to the miners bya woman named Bassett.