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A Guide to California's Gold Country

Jun 23, 2020· An Introduction to California’s Gold Country. Complete with powerful rivers, wide-open valleys, giant groves of sequoias, and dozens of charming towns, Gold Country is as much of a destination today as it was during the Gold Rush. With quaint destinations such as Auburn, Placerville, Nevada City, and Sonora tucked throughout the region, it

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Gold Country Visit California

Bumping up against the west side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, the Sierra foothills are where California’s past, present, and future merge into one unforgettable destination. The Gold Rush sparked the largest mass migration in America’s history, when more than 300,000 pioneers headed west to California hoping to strike it rich. You’ll find treasures of a different kind along the

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The best town in Gold Country Sunset Magazine

Mar 03, 2008· Like most Gold Country towns, Sutter Creek has its share of traditional antiques stores. More surprising are the contemporary home-furnishings shops. At Topia Home and Garden (closed Wed; 33-A Main; 209/267-0600), Bay Area transplant Marcy Miller has fashioned a shop airy, elegant that would fit nicely in the toniest San Francisco

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Gold Country in California: How to Plan Weekend Getaway

California Gold Country is a big place, loosely defined as the Sierra foothills along California Highway 49. It's a place full of history, with lots of cute little towns and winding roads. This getaway centers on the gold rush towns of Tuolumne County, including Sonora, Jackson, and Jamestown.

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Gold Country Map California Mapcarta

Gold Country is a region of California that includes foothills of the western Sierra Nevada mountains and many historic towns that date to the 1849 California Gold Rush.

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Gold Country Visitors Association An Amazing American

California’s Gold Country, home to the Gold Rush in 1849, combines history, nature, authentic American West small towns, festivals, a sensational culinary scene, wine, microbreweries and majestic scenery in a captivating way that no other California region rivals.

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California Gold Country Road Trip Sunset Magazine

Mar 19, 2013· California Gold Country Road Trip. Highway 49 has brilliant spring wildflowers, green, green hills, and a burgeoning crop of restaurants and wineries Peter Fish March 19, 2013 Updated April 30, 2018 1 of 11 Photo by George Olson Rolling through Gold Country

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Complete Map of Historic Hwy 49 California Hwy 49 Gold

Comprehensive California gold rush history, including counties, cities, historic and current photos, maps, sights, lodging, restaurants, shopping, wineries, golf

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5 Gold Country Towns Worth a Visit Via

Mar 01, 2017· Along the northern stretch of California's Highway 49 as it follows the Yuba River into the Sierras, five Gold Country towns—with populations ranging from around 350 (Sierraville) to nearly 13,000 (Grass Valley)—rival one another in Gold Rush–era attractions and outdoor splendor.. Grass Valley's architecturally rich downtown is great for shoppers.

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Gold Country Visitors Association An Amazing American

California’s Gold Country, home to the Gold Rush in 1849, combines history, nature, authentic American West small towns, festivals, a sensational culinary scene, wine, microbreweries and majestic scenery in a captivating way that no other California region rivals. Read more about the Gold Country.

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Gold Country Map California Mapcarta

Gold Country is a region of California that includes foothills of the western Sierra Nevada mountains and many historic towns that date to the 1849 California Gold Rush.

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Discover Gold Country Visit California

Bumping up against the west side of the Sierra Nevada Range, on California’s eastern side, the Sierra foothills that make up the Gold Country are California Classics.Discovery of gold in 1848 sparked the largest mass migration in U.S. history, with more than 300,000 pioneers heading west.

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5 California Gold Rush Towns to Visit

Northern California has a rich history of gold mining, one that dates back to 1848 when gold was first discovered along the American River. Over 300,000 people came into the state over the next few years. Several towns still have active gold mining even today, and are fun places to explore and visit.

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