Books History of Rich Bar

History of Rich Bar

History of Rich Bar


Of interest to local history and California Gold Rush history buffs, this book is an in-depth account of Plumas County's Feather River blue ribbon placer gold camp and its adjacent string of river bars. Written by local historian, Jim Young, this microscopic study gives readers a good understanding of the California Gold Rush, and upon completion of this book, you will feel intellectually comfortable to carry on a stimulating, "ball park" conversation about Rich BAr, early Plumas County history, and the California Gold Rush with anyone ranging from university professor, miner, to lifetime Plumas County resident. For those infatuated with gold, whether your knowledge ranges from none or minimal t scholar or successful miner, or whether you're simply one of the "weekend wonders" desiring to learn more, the History of Rich Bar should offer a panful of written nuggets. Line drawings. Saddlestitched softcover: 100 pages: 8.5 x 11"
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