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The Geologic Atlas of California (1958-1969) The Geologic Atlas of California was published between 1958 and 1969. Although more recent and more detailed mapping is available in many areas (see Current Regional Geologic Map Series, above), this set of maps is still the most detailed interpretation available for the entire state.
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A map developed by communications utilities (see page 262 of D.12-01-032) to identify areas where there is an increased risk for utility-associated wildfires. This map is oftentimes referred to as the "Reax Map." The Reax Map designated high fire-threat areas in Northern California where the below identified regulations applied.
Desert Ghost Towns: El Paso Mountains Garlock Ghost Town In the fall of 1895, Eugene Garlock hauled an eight stamp mill, the first in this area, down from Tehachapi.This was located at Cow Wells due to the water supply and it's centralized location for various mining districts.
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May 09, 2019 · Towering redwoods and disused mines, sun-soaked beaches and award-winning wines. Our list of California’s charming small towns, each with their own personality, is here to inspire your next getaway to the Golden State. Quaint Californian Towns You Should Know About Old mining towns, surfing idylls, artistic hubs, mountain hiking bases…the following small towns in California …
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The Historic Overlay Maps are presented with a historic map placed on top of a current Google street map. The historic map has been geo-referenced, meaning that it should line up very closely with the current map. Using the Google map interface and check boxes to the left of the map, users can zoom in and out, move the images around, turn the ...
First owned by Columbia River Fishing and Trading Company, it was sold to the Hudson Bay Company in 1837. It fell into disrepair and was dismantled in 1863. Fort Hall was a major stop along the Oregon Trail (a.k.a. Oregon-California Trail) for settlers seeking the Oregon Territory and for those Argonauts seeking the California gold fields.