Site of the first permanent residence in Indian Valley. Built by Jobe T. Taylor in February 1852.
This maker made from the millstones brought around Cape Horn in 1856 for the first flour mill in the Pacific Northwest, located in Taylorville, . . . — — Map (db m66160) HM
This picturesque cemetery dates to the 1850s. Within it’s hallowed grounds sleep many pioneers of Plumas County and particularly Indian Valley, some of whom are:
Jobe Terrill Taylor, founder of Taylorsville; Abbie Fort, African-American beekeeper . . . — — Map (db m56646) HM
To honor the men and women who have fought, and those that have died in the War on Iraq. To remember their courage and especially their sacrifice while doing their duty.
In memoriam Private First Class Jason Poindexter, 2nd Platoon, Echo Company, . . . — — Map (db m66161) WM