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Historical Markers in Gold River, California

 
Clickable Map of Sacramento 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 Sacramento County, CA (329) Amador County, CA (183) Contra Costa County, CA (454) El Dorado County, CA (186) Placer County, CA (209) San Joaquin County, CA (96) Solano County, CA (97) Sutter County, CA (10) Yolo County, CA (64)  SacramentoCounty(329) Sacramento County (329)  AmadorCounty(183) Amador County (183)  ContraCostaCounty(454) Contra Costa County (454)  ElDoradoCounty(186) El Dorado County (186)  PlacerCounty(209) Placer County (209)  SanJoaquinCounty(96) San Joaquin County (96)  SolanoCounty(97) Solano County (97)  SutterCounty(10) Sutter County (10)  YoloCounty(64) Yolo County (64)
Sacramento is the county seat for Sacramento County
Gold River is in Sacramento County
      Sacramento County (329)  
ADJACENT TO SACRAMENTO COUNTY
      Amador County (183)  
      Contra Costa County (454)  
      El Dorado County (186)  
      Placer County (209)  
      San Joaquin County (96)  
      Solano County (97)  
      Sutter County (10)  
      Yolo County (64)  
 
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1California (Sacramento County), Gold River — 746 — The Coloma Road
Alder Springs, south of this point, marks the Old Coloma Road, running between Sutter’s Fort and Culluh-mah (Coloma). Established in 1847, this road was used by James W. Marshall in January 1848 to bring the first gold from Sutter’s Mill to the . . . Map (db m11901) HM
2California (Sacramento County), Gold River — The Treasured American River
The river before you is not the same river that flowed through here 200 years ago when the Nisenan Indians caught salmon and collected acorns along its bank. The river has been mined, dammed and surrounded by our cities, yet it still supports . . . Map (db m15836) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022