Cherokee California in Butte county, a 1850's Gold town. just off highway 70 near Oroville,Ca. 95965
Spring Time on Table Mountain THE Cherokee Story part1 Part2 Part3
Cherokee Museum Visit Museum Here Miners store Painting of Cherokee 1880
Caboose next to Museum & saloon. Wells Fargo and assay office burned 1947.
Miner's home next to Wells Fargo Old Post Office next door to Miner's home.
State Historical Marker, first diamonds in U.S. were found here while mining for gold. Town had over 1000 residents at one time. Most of the town was destroyed by fire in 1947.
President Hayes Hall Whats left of the blacksmith shop
Cherokee School built 1825 School Bell in front of school
View of Table Mountain from across the street from the school house.
. Sugar loaf mountainEffects of hydrolicingclick on thumbnail.
Cemetery started in1856. Vinton family crypt. Venton home site today
Jenkin Morgan lost 2 wives, 1872 &1879 both 23. The Morgan home site today
The Jones lost 2 sons 1885 age6 1890 age9. Thomas McDaniel 1869 age 11 Life was hard and short in Cherokee in the 1800's But is a beautiful place to retire in the new Millennium
More Cherokee History Here
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