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Historical Markers in Dorrington, California

 
Clickable Map of Calaveras 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 Calaveras County, CA (127) Alpine County, CA (38) Amador County, CA (183) San Joaquin County, CA (94) Stanislaus County, CA (59) Tuolumne County, CA (136)  CalaverasCounty(127) Calaveras County (127)  AlpineCounty(38) Alpine County (38)  AmadorCounty(183) Amador County (183)  SanJoaquinCounty(94) San Joaquin County (94)  StanislausCounty(59) Stanislaus County (59)  TuolumneCounty(136) Tuolumne County (136)
San Andreas is the county seat for Calaveras County
Dorrington is in Calaveras County
      Calaveras County (127)  
ADJACENT TO CALAVERAS COUNTY
      Alpine County (38)  
      Amador County (183)  
      San Joaquin County (94)  
      Stanislaus County (59)  
      Tuolumne County (136)  
 
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1California (Calaveras County), Dorrington — Board's Crossing
Board’s Crossing was first used as a cattle crossing in the early 1870’s. Brothers David and William Board moved here from Missouri in 1854. They settled in Salt Springs Valley and raised cattle. This shallow ford across the river was a favorite . . . Map (db m58791) HM
2California (Calaveras County), Dorrington — Dorrington Hotel
Built in 1860 by John and Rebecca Gardner, this was a stage coach stop on the Big Trees Carson Valley Road. A toll road from 1862 – 1910. The hotel served as a depot for stockmen and as a summer resort. Noted for its ice cold . . . Map (db m57983) HM
3California (Calaveras County), Dorrington — Sourgrass Bridge1999
A cooperative project of Sierra Pacific Industries and Stanislaus National Forest. Site of original 1962 bridge destroyed in mudslide January 1, 1997.Map (db m33440) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022