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Historical Markers in Coarsegold, California

 
Clickable Map of Madera County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Madera County, CA (39) Fresno County, CA (115) Mariposa County, CA (98) Merced County, CA (25) Mono County, CA (76) Tuolumne County, CA (136)  MaderaCounty(39) Madera County (39)  FresnoCounty(115) Fresno County (115)  MariposaCounty(98) Mariposa County (98)  MercedCounty(25) Merced County (25)  MonoCounty(76) Mono County (76)  TuolumneCounty(136) Tuolumne County (136)
Madera is the county seat for Madera County
Coarsegold is in Madera County
      Madera County (39)  
ADJACENT TO MADERA COUNTY
      Fresno County (115)  
      Mariposa County (98)  
      Merced County (25)  
      Mono County (76)  
      Tuolumne County (136)  
 
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1California (Madera County), Coarsegold — Coarsegold1852 — (Coarse Gold Gulch) —
Gold -- heavy coarse gold -- was discovered in this area and the texture led to naming the spot Coarse Gold Gulch. Nearby, the Texas Flat Mine which was filed on in 1853 became the oldest and most extensively worked ledge mine in the . . . Map (db m33714) HM
2California (Madera County), Coarsegold — Willow Glen
Willow Glen was first inhabited by the Chukchansi Indians. The grinding holes and other artifacts indicate that they have lived in this area since prehistoric times. In 1870 a stage road was built and in 1897 John McGinity homesteaded at Willow . . . Map (db m60346) HM
3California (Madera County), Coarsegold — Zebra Ranch - 1880's Yosemite Stage Route
For travelers in the 1880's one stage route to Yosemite left the Maxe Hotel in Madera, traveled east to the Adobe Ranch Stage Stop, then northerly into the foothills to Bates Station. From there the route ran north and cut northwest to this spot . . . Map (db m148363) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022