BATTLE OF BLOODY ISLAND

Historical Landmark

Description:
One-fourth mile west is Bloody Island, now a hill surrounded by reclaimed land, where, in 1850, U.S. soldiers nearly annihilated the Indian inhabitants for the murder of two white men. Doubt exists of these Indians' guilt. In 1851 a treaty was negotiated between whites and Indians.


Registration Date: 3/16/1949

Location:
City: Upper Lake
County: Lake

Directions:
Intersection of State Hwy 20 and Reclamation Rd, 1. 7 mi SE of Upper Lake


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