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Copperopolis and Lake Tulloch History Part 3 - 03/31/10 06:46 PM
The history of Copperopolis would not be complete without mentioning the history of Lake Tulloch. David Tulloch and his family emigrated to California in the early 1850's. they originally settled in Knights Ferry. At that time Knights Ferry was considered the center of Placer gold mining on the Stanislaus River. After the great flood of 1862 Mr Tulloch rebuilt the flour mills at Knights Ferry. these were very important to the miners and other locals to support the search for gold. At that time the son of David Tulloch also acquired what was called the Knights Ferry Ditch which was used (0 comments)
Copperopolis and Lake Tulloch History Part 2 - 03/31/10 01:55 PM
Many visitors have never heard of The Copperopolis Civil War Cannon and may wonder how it came to Copperopolis. the cannon is a 6 pound made of bronze metal. the serial number is 731 which was stamped on it by the maker Cyrus Alger and Company. The cannon was purchased by the Copperopolis Blues which was a military company made up of volunteer miners. There have been many reported incidents of people trying to "steal" the cannon. It was orginaly placed at the Armory which still stands on main street in Copperopolis. History tells stories of a junk dealer during WW1 (0 comments)
Copperopolis and Lake Tulloch History Part 1 - 03/25/10 07:53 PM
The main Hwy. responsible for much of the growth of California's Mother Lode Region is State Highway 49. No history of Copperopolis and Lake Tulloch would be complete without exploring the original covered bridge that was lost to the need for water. Over this road and the adjoining side roads a travelers can pass thru 58 of California's counties. One of the historic landmarks that could be seen on this road was the O'Byrnes Ferry and the covered Bridge. Through Out history there have been many that tried to preserve the local bridge over Stanislaus River. The river is actually the dividing line between (2 comments)
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