Barrett's Corner
Title:
Barrett's Corner
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused


Knights of Pythias Building
Title:
Knights of Pythias Building
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



Street Scene Showing Exterior of Magnolia Club
Title:
Street Scene Showing Exterior of Magnolia Club
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused


"49er" Camp at Peppers Trading Post and Museum
Title:
"49er" Camp at Peppers Trading Post and Museum
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



40 Stamp Potosi Gold Mill on Black Creek
Title:
40 Stamp Potosi Gold Mill on Black Creek
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused


Authentic Historic Collection at Barrett's Museum, Highway 49
Title:
Authentic Historic Collection at Barrett's Museum, Highway 49
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



Coulters Hotel and Wells Fargo Building
Title:
Coulters Hotel and Wells Fargo Building
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused

Description:
This is now Peppers Trading Post and Museum.


Coulterville Hotel - Early Days Stage to Yosemite
Title:
Coulterville Hotel - Early Days Stage to Yosemite
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



Gold Mine Ruins
Title:
Gold Mine Ruins
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused


Mary Harrison Gold Mine
Title:
Mary Harrison Gold Mine
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



Mining Railroad Relic
Title:
Mining Railroad Relic
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused


Old China Town
Title:
Old China Town
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



Old Wood Burning Gold Mill
Title:
Old Wood Burning Gold Mill
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused

Description:
left from the Frenchmen's 1850 process of melting the Gold from the quartz.


Smelter Ruins of 1853
Title:
Smelter Ruins of 1853
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused



Trading Post, Coulterville, CA
Title:
Trading Post, Coulterville, CA
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused

Description:
A trading post/Wells Fargo in Coulterville, CA


View of Coulterville, Mariposa County Showing Historic Hotel Jeffrey, Engine, Hangman Tree
Title:
View of Coulterville, Mariposa County Showing Historic Hotel Jeffrey, Engine, Hangman Tree
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Engine used in Early Days to Haul Ore to Mill from Mary Harrison mine, and Hangman Tree, a number of named outlaws were hung here by the Coulterville Vigilantes.



Before the Gold Boom Scenic View of Town
Title:
Before the Gold Boom Scenic View of Town
Old Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Before the gold boom increased its population to a reputed 10,000


Old Steam Engine
Title:
Old Steam Engine
Coulterville California (CA), Chrome

Description:
This old Steam Engine used by Mary Harrison Gold Mine for hauling ore. The four miles of track from the mine to Coulterville was known as the world's most "crooked railroad."



Scenic view of Coulterville
Title:
Scenic view of Coulterville
Coulterville California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Color By Mike Roberts Town was first known as Banderita, later was renamed Coulterville in honor of George W. Coulter, who started first store here in 1849. Coulterville at one time had an estimated population of 10,000, also fifteen hotels and twenty-five Saloons


View Down Main Street
Title:
View Down Main Street
Coulterville California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Although Coulterville is one of the oldest of the Mother Lode camps, it still retains much of its gold-rush charm. George Coulter operated a trading post on the Merced River. In early 18509 he heard of a rich gold strike on Maxwell Creek. He moved his trading stock to the new location and opened for business. The Mexican miners called the place Banderita (little flag) for Couter's Stars and Stripes that flew from his store. In 1853 the camps name was changed to Coulter's VIlle in honor of its first merchant. At the head of the main street is a spreading oak tree that became known as the Hang Tree. One of the most dramatic moments occurred at daybreak of March 16, 1856 when Leon Ruiz was strung up for the brutal murder of two Chinese miners in Bear Valley and robbing the sluice of $600 in gold. As in most mining camps fire hit Coulterville in 1899



Magnolia Saloon
Title:
Magnolia Saloon
Coulterville California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
With its bat wing doors and old polished bar houses many valuable relics of early California history. Included are displays of firearms, coins and minerals, along with documents and papers of historical interest. Located in Websterville, Calif., junction of highways 132 and 49.


Sun Sun Wo Co.
Title:
Sun Sun Wo Co.
Coulterville California (CA), Real Photo unused





Total: 22 Items