“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 Cisco Grove, California

Clickable Map of Nevada 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> Nevada County, CA (218) Placer County, CA (209) Sierra County, CA (55) Yuba County, CA (46) Washoe County, NV (90)  NevadaCounty(218) Nevada County (218)  PlacerCounty(209) Placer County (209)  SierraCounty(55) Sierra County (55)  YubaCounty(46) Yuba County (46)  WashoeCountyNevada(90) Washoe County (90)
Nevada City is the county seat for Nevada County
Cisco Grove is in Nevada County
      Nevada County (218)  
      Placer County (209)  
      Sierra County (55)  
      Yuba County (46)  
      Washoe County, Nevada (90)  
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1California (Nevada County), Cisco Grove — T-47 — Truckee Trail - Ascent to Lake and Valley
"Traveled six miles down Eubah then took to the left over the mountain passed a lake on our left on top of the mountain [Crystal Lake] drove ... to a valley on our left [Six Mile Valley] and encamp" - William P. Thompson, Aug 28, 1850Map (db m149761) HM
2California (Placer County), Cisco Grove — 2 — Meadow Lake
With prospects so cheering, located in a section of country abounding in timber and water, with a climate so healthy, who can foretell the future of Meadow Lake? Here the puff of the iron locomotive will soon be heard as it speeds onward to . . . Map (db m129472) HM
3California (Placer County), Cisco Grove — 1 — Red Mountain
History Fire! Fire at Cascade! Call Cisco Snowsheds solved one problem and opened up an industry of snow shovelers, maintenance workers, carpenters, line walkers and fire lookouts. 24 hours a day, high on Red Mountain, lookouts scanned . . . Map (db m129442) HM
4California (Placer County), Cisco Grove — The Lincoln Highway
The Lincoln Highway was the dream of Carl Fisher and Henry Joy. In 1912, Fisher proposed a "coast to coast highway - open to lawful traffic of all descriptions without toll charges." In 1913, the Lincoln Highway Association was born, and the dream . . . Map (db m149496) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022