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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…
Erected by Ft. Jones Boy Scouts May 30, 1913, to our soldiers burried here
This plaque commemorates the 60th anniversary of the American Legion. The national charter was signed in Hornbrook on Sept. 16, 1919 by President Woodrow Wilson while his train stopped enroute from Portland to San Francisco.
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…
Dedicated to the memory of the Pioneers of Little Shasta Valley who raised this House to the Glory of God. On March 5, 1876 The Little Shasta Congregational Church was formed. It was in 1877 that the first subscriptions were taken for the p…
In 1851 John Hilt made his way to California from Illinois, landing in Hangtown. Hearing of rich diggins made his way north to Yreka by 1852. Finding way to the Cottonwood area (Hornbrook) where he worked mining, ranching, farming and saw milling.…
Located east of the Cascade Mountain Range where the old Topsy Grade Stage Road enters Butte Valley, the town of Picard was settled in the early 1880s. Picard's Post Office opened in 1883 and closed in 1907. La Lake School located one mile to the …
Has Been Designated a Registered National Historic Landmark Under the Provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1935 This Site Possesses Exceptional Value in Commemorating and Illustrating the History of the Unites States U.S…
Site Of Schmitt Bros. Mill 1930 - 1939
"Made a drive of 20 miles and campt by what are called Sheep Rock Springs, at the head of Shasta River Valley and about 30 miles from our destination, Yreka City." - James S, Cowden, Oct 10, 1853
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