DOG TOWN

Historical Landmark

Description:
Site of the first major gold rush to the eastern slope of California's Sierra Nevada, Dog Town derived its name from a popular miners' term for camps with huts or hovels. Ruins lying close to the cliff bordering Dog Town Creek are all that remain of the makeshift dwellings which formed part of the 'diggins' here.


Registration Date: 7/3/1964

Location:
City: Bridgeport
County: Mono

Directions:
On State Hwy 395 (P.M. 69.5), 7 mi S of Bridgeport


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