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Badger Hill, California

Badger Hill is a former settlement in Nevada County, California. It is situated at an elevation of 2.552 ft above sea level.

Baltimore Town, California

Baltimore, previously Wightman’s Camp, was a historic mining camp in eastern Nevada County which existed for a few years after 1865. It was situated in the High Sierra at an elevation of 7.477 ft above sea level, about 4 miles north of Cisco Grov ...

Bear River Pines, California

Bear River Pines is a former settlement in Nevada County, California, located 1.5 miles north of Chicago Park. It was listed on an official map as of 1949.

Bear Valley, Nevada County, California

Bear Valley is a former settlement in Nevada County, California. Situated at an elevation of 4.570 ft above sea level, it still appeared on maps as of 1902. Bear Valley Campground in the beautiful Northern Sierra Nevada, is a great place to go if ...

Birchville, California

Birchville is a historic mining and agricultural community in Nevada County, California. Birchville is located about 10 miles northwest of Nevada City and about 2 miles northeast of French Corral. It is situated at an elevation of 1.765 ft above ...

Brush, California

Brush is a ghost town in Butte County, California, United States. It was located 3.5 miles north of Berry Creek on the Western Pacific Railroad, at an elevation of 902 feet. It still appeared on maps as of 1948.

Buckeye, Yolo County, California

Buckeye was an unincorporated community in Yolo County, California, United States. It was located 6 miles northeast of Winters, at an elevation of 118 feet.

Chandon, California

Chandon is a ghost town in Butte County, California, United States. It was located 2 miles south-southeast of Gridley on the Northern Electric Railroad, at an elevation of 89 feet. Chandon still appeared on maps as of 1912. The place was named fo ...

Clems, California

Clems, California is a ghost town in Santa Cruz County with an elevation of 790 feet. It is located a latitude 37055N, longitude 1215947W; decimal degrees: latitude 37.09806, longitude -121.99639. Clems was a minor stop located between Glenwood a ...

Eccles, California

Eccles, California is a ghost town in Santa Cruz County, near Felton, east of Ben Lomond. It was near where Lompico Creek flows into Zayante Creek. Located between Zayante and Felton, Eccles was a stop on the narrow gauge South Pacific Coast Rail ...

Falk, California

Falk is a ghost logging company town that is located in Northern California. This town was founded by Noah and Elijah Falk. Falk was built around the Falk lumber mill in 1884. The town thrived until 1937 when the great depression closed the lumbe ...

Glenbrook, Nevada County, California

In the late 1800s, the Shelton College and Nevada County Academy were located at Glenbrook. In 1887, Glenbrook became notable for the Glenbrook Park and Racetrack where the first outdoor sports event was lit by electricity.

Hacketville, California

Hacketville is a former settlement in Nevada County, California. Along with Spenceville and Wilsonville, Hacketville was established southwest of Rough and Ready during the 1865-1866 copper mining boom.

Iceland, California

Iceland, also known as Cuba, was a former settlement in Nevada County, California, located between Boca and the Nevada state line. The region is situated by the Truckee River, 9 mi from Truckee. It had a post office during the period of 1897 to 1 ...

Indian Springs, Nevada County, California

Indian Springs is a former settlement in Nevada County, California, located near Rough and Ready. It had a post office from 1858 to 1871, and again from 1892 until 1893. Indian Springs was listed on a map as of 1949.

Little York, California

Little York is a former settlement in Nevada County, California, located near Chicago Park, between Bear River and Greenhorn Creek. A post office serviced the settlement for a few months in 1855, and then again during the period of 1856 until 1886.

Logtown, California

Logtown, California, is a former mining town located on California State Route 49 about 3 miles southwest of Placerville in El Dorado County, California. In the 1800s Logtown, also known as Empire City, was a community of 800 people, having" not ...

Lowell Hill, California

Lowell Hill is a former settlement in Nevada County, California, located south of Washington. In 1880, its population was 75. A post office serviced the settlement during the period of 1878 until 1918. Lowell Hill is included in a map though 1950.

Masonic, California

Masonic is a ghost town located about 10 miles northeast of Bridgeport, Mono County, California, USA. The town consists of an upper, middle, and lower town; most of the few ruins remaining are in the middle town. Gold was first discovered in the ...

Mono Mills, California

Mono Mills is a ghost town in Mono County, California. It is located 9.5 miles east-southeast of Lee Vining, at an elevation of 7356 feet. Mono Mills has nearly vanished. Its site is along California State Route 120, 9.1 miles east from the junct ...

Oakhurst, Fresno County, California

Oakhurst is a former settlement in Fresno County, California. It was located on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad 5.25 miles southwest of Piedra, at an elevation of 436 feet. It still appeared on maps as of 1923.

Omega, California

Omega was a former settlement in Nevada County, California, United States, first populated in 1850 by a single miner, J.A. Dixon, working a claim during the California Gold Rush. The town was located 3.25 miles east-southeast of the present-day u ...

Prosser Creek, California

Prosser Creek is a former settlement in Nevada County, California. Prosser Creek is located on the former Central Pacific Railroad, 1 mile southwest of Boca. The first appearance is on the von Leicht-Hoffmann Tahoe map of 1874. According to Henry ...

Providence, San Bernardino County, California

The town of Providence was located on the east slope of the Providence Mountains. The site is just north of the Providence Mountain State Recreation Area.

Roses Corral, California

Roses Corral is a former settlement in Nevada County, California, United States. It was located on the lower San Juan Ridge, between Deer Creek and the South Yuba River, about 10 mi southwest of Nevada City and Grass Valley. Established during th ...

Somersville, California

Somersville is an unincorporated ghost town in eastern Contra Costa County, California. It is located 6 miles north-northeast of Mount Diablo, at an elevation of 741 feet. Somersville was founded in the 1850s by gold miners. It was named after Fr ...

Soto, California

Soto is a ghost town in Butte County, California, United States. It was located 14 miles northwest of Chico on the Southern Pacific Railroad, at an elevation of 184 feet. It still appeared on maps as of 1904.

Sunset View, California

Sunset View is a former settlement in Nevada County, California, located near Grass Valley. It was listed on an official map as of 1949. The 150 ft 46 m long Sunset View Reservoir is located near the northeast end of the settlement.

Wilsonville, California

Wilsonville is a former settlement in Nevada County, California. Along with Spenceville and Hacketville, Wilsonville was established southwest of Rough and Ready during the 1865-1866 copper mining boom.

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