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This city in the days of '49 was called "Hangtown" This was the site of Elstner's Hay Yard on which stood the ?Hangman's Tree' where vigilantes executed many men for various crimes. The stump of the tree is under this building.
On the night of December 1, 1863, following its unsuccessful advance against Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the Mine Run Campaign, a cold and tired Army of the Potomac withdrew across the Rapidan River and returned to…
The Luse Ditch Flume. (1900-1924) On this site stood the Luse Ditch Flume carrying water from Placerville to the ranching and mining operations in the eastern Gold Hill area. The ditch and flume system was managed by George and John Luse from 1920…