“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Amador City, California

Clickable Map of Amador County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Amador County, CA (183) Alpine County, CA (42) Calaveras County, CA (127) El Dorado County, CA (179) Sacramento County, CA (329) San Joaquin County, CA (96)  AmadorCounty(183) Amador County (183)  AlpineCounty(42) Alpine County (42)  CalaverasCounty(127) Calaveras County (127)  ElDoradoCounty(179) El Dorado County (179)  SacramentoCounty(329) Sacramento County (329)  SanJoaquinCounty(96) San Joaquin County (96)
Jackson is the county seat for Amador County
Amador City is in Amador County
      Amador County (183)  
      Alpine County (42)  
      Calaveras County (127)  
      El Dorado County (179)  
      Sacramento County (329)  
      San Joaquin County (96)  
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1California (Amador County), Amador City — Amador City CemeteryEst. 1851
The first internment in the Amador City Cemetery was 1851 with the last being in 1892. There are many more graves than indicated by the marble headstones. Some graves were never marked and others utilized hand carved wooden markers. During the . . . Map (db m17020) HM
2California (Amador County), Amador City — 15 — Bunker Hill Mine
The mine was first worked as the Rancheria Mine in 1853. Was renamed the South Mayflower in 1893. It was organized in 1899 as the Bunker Hill Consolidated Mine and operated till 1922, producing $5,154,382 in gold. The shaft reached 3440’ on an . . . Map (db m44619) HM
3California (Amador County), Amador City — Imperial Hotel
Present two story brick structure was completed in 1879. Designed as a mercantile store, then converted to hotel and boarding house to accommodate local miners and travelers. Remained in operation until 1927. Walls at the base are twelve bricks . . . Map (db m9005) HM
4California (Amador County), Amador City — 13 — Keystone Mine
Founded in 1851 from many claims. One of the most profitable and longest running mines. Joining with South Spring Hill Mine working till 1942. East shaft worked until 1952. Reached a depth of 2680'. Employed 100 men and produced $24,000,000 in gold.Map (db m26037) HM
5California (Amador County), Amador City — 14 — Original Amador Mine
Opened in 1852 from six claims. Renamed Original Amador Consolidated working till 1918. Reopened in 1935 till 1937. Shaft reached 1238’. Total production was $3,500,000.Map (db m10329) HM
6California (Amador County), Amador City — 12 — South Spring Hill Mine
Founded in 1851 working continuously till 1893. Purchased by Keystone Company in 1920 and connected to it. Closed in 1942. Contained 3 shafts: South Spring Hill 1200’, Tallisman 600’, and Medean at 600’ deep. Produced $1,092,472 from . . . Map (db m44608) HM
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7California (Amador County), Amador City — 16 — Treasure Mine
Owned by the Treasure Mining Company of San Francisco. Founded prior to 1867. Sometimes called the Hazard Mine. Shaft reached 3030’ on the incline with winzes. Was connected to the Bunker Hill Mine to the south at the 1600; level. Produced . . . Map (db m44620) HM
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Nov. 28, 2022