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Erected about 1858Father James Croke. A missionary priest held first service here.First Catholic Church in Scott Valley
Opened 1867 - Closed 1925Founded by Stephen FarringtonForging of tools for the miner and general blacksmithing was carried on in this shop
Callahan Ranch Stage StationOregon Trail1852 - 1887
In 1886. Alexander Dunsmuir, the son of wealthy coal baron Robert Dunsmuir from Vancouver, British Columbia, visited this area while en route to San Francisco. Alexander was charmed by the rugged beauty of the region and made a proposition to the …
Locomotive 1727 is a Class M-6 Mogul built by Baldwin Automotive Works in 1901. It served Southern Pacific in California and Oregon until 1956. 1727 is one of only seven Mogul engines surviving today out of 355 originally built. Donated by S.P.…
Dunsmuir Centennial CommitteeBaseball legend 'Babe' Ruth and his New York Yankee team mate Bob Meusel played in an exhibition game with local teams here on October 22, 1924.Dedicated byGrand Parlor,Native Sons of the Golden WestJune 14, 1986Everet…
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt established the Civilian Conservation Corps on March 31, 1933, to provide employment for America's youth and promote the nation's economic recovery. The CCC's work involved conservation projects on forest, park …
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