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Glenn County California Historical Markers

 
Bayliss Library and Marker image, Touch for more information
By Andrew Ruppenstein, January 25, 2014
Bayliss Library and Marker
California (Glenn County), Bayliss — Bayliss Library
This historic Carnegie Library was built to serve the small, rural population of the surrounding area. It was dedicated on July 14, 1917, and has been in continuous use as a free public library since that date. The Willows Chapter . . . — Map (db m91797) HM
California (Glenn County), Hamilton City — CHL 831 — William Semple Green1832 – 1905
Arrived via Panama route, San Francisco Oct. 10, 1849 Arrived Colusi County, July 6, 1850 Ferry boat captain, mail carrier, surveyor, editor, writer, legislator, Surveyor General of the United States, California State Treasurer, irrigationist, . . . — Map (db m62178) HM
California (Glenn County), Orland — Papst Flour Mill Site
{The marker consists of 3 plaques, the first reading:} A millstone from the steam powered flour mill built in 1880 by Albert Papst. It is believed the stone came from France. Fire destroyed the four storied mill in 1881. . . . — Map (db m41834) HM
California (Glenn County), Orland — The Swift AdobeCalifornia Historical Landmark 345
The first house in Glenn County Built about 1848 by Granville P. Swift A member of the Bear Flag Party, who came to California from Oregon in 1844. The site is 150 yards east on the banks of Hambright Creek. The house was built of clay by . . . — Map (db m41864) HM
California (Glenn County), Willows — Kanawha
Settled by Granville Swift 1840 Named by Levi Welch Post Office 1871-1879 Dedicated to all Pioneers — Map (db m89197) HM

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