PETER LASSEN MARKER (SITE OF LASSEN TRADING POST)

Historical Landmark

Description:
In the summer of 1850, Lassen and a companion, Isidore Meyerwitz, went to Indian Valley and selected a suitable location for a ranch, where they erected a log cabin in 1851 to house their trading post. In 1855 Lassen moved to Honey Lake Valley, Lassen County, where he resided as a miner and farmer until he was killed from ambush while prospecting in 1859.


Registration Date: 6/20/1935

Location:
City: Greenville
County: Plumas

Directions:
On North Valley Rd, 4.5 mi E of Greenville


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