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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 …
Randall & McDermott1855B.S.A. Troop 29(Seal of the American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976)
Original SiteFirst Liberty PoleIn The West1857Bicentennial Replica Dedicated200th Anniversary of OldGlory, June 14, 1977.Oroville Heritage Council(Seal of the American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976)
Built 1855Restored 1976 byAerie No. 196 - FraternalOrder of Eagles, Oroville(Seal of the American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976)
McWilliams & Tymeson1855Wells Fargo & CompanyExpress AgentsFirst Brick Bldg in OrovilleFraternal Order of Eagles No. 196(Seal of the American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976)
The Oregon School District was formed in 1856 and the schoolhouse stood near Dry Creek behind the old Pence Hotel. In 1872 the schoolhouse was relocated and rebuilt behind the existing corrals south of present day Durhan-Pentz Road. Following the …
These bricks are from the first Butte County Courthouse erected at this site, in Oroville, in 1856.
Renovated Oroville Rotary
(Seal of the American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976)
In 1767, when our yet to be united nation felt the stirrings of revolution, freedom-loving colonists carved and erected the first "Liberty Pole". It served as a rallying point for those who opposed the British imposed Stamp Act.Donated byKoppers Co.