“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 Fiddletown, 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 (50) Calaveras County, CA (130) El Dorado County, CA (266) Sacramento County, CA (336) San Joaquin County, CA (135)  AmadorCounty(183) Amador County (183)  AlpineCounty(50) Alpine County (50)  CalaverasCounty(130) Calaveras County (130)  ElDoradoCounty(266) El Dorado County (266)  SacramentoCounty(336) Sacramento County (336)  SanJoaquinCounty(135) San Joaquin County (135)
Jackson is the county seat for Amador County
Fiddletown is in Amador County
      Amador County (183)  
      Alpine County (50)  
      Calaveras County (130)  
      El Dorado County (266)  
      Sacramento County (336)  
      San Joaquin County (135)  
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1 California, Amador County, Fiddletown — Chew Kee Store
Rammed Earth "Adobe" Built 1850 Home-Office-Store of Dr. Yee, Chinese Herb DoctorMap (db m42483) HM
2 California, Amador County, Fiddletown — 35 — Fiddletown
Settled by Missourians 1849. Suggested that settlement be called Fiddletown because residents “were always fiddling”. Changed in 1878 to Oleta but original name later restored. Once trading center for American, Loafer, and French Flats, . . . Map (db m100577) HM
3 California, Amador County, Fiddletown — 35 — Fiddletown-Oleta
California Historical Landmark —— Fiddletown-Oleta —— Settled in 1849 by a party from Missouri. According to tradition they were always fiddling, especially while waiting for the rainy season—hence the name..... It . . . Map (db m2539) HM
4 California, Amador County, Fiddletown — H. C. Farnham House 1855
Hiram C. Farnham built this home for his bride, Eunice Haynes. It overlooked the creek and steam powered sawmill that he built with James McLeod in 1853 to serve the new rich gold strike in Fiddletown. The boomtown was served by six stagecoaches a . . . Map (db m41369) HM
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Jun. 1, 2023