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  • AMADOR STEAM LAUNDRY
  • AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL
  • BOTTO SALOON
  • CHLORINATION WORKS
  • CENTRAL EUREKA MINE
  • KNIGHT FOUNDRY
  • LINCOLN MINE
  • MAHONEY MINE
  • MONTEVERDE STORE MUSEUM
  • OLD GRAMMAR SCHOOL
  • WILDMAN MINE

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  • MAINSTREET CAM SOUTH
  • SUTTER CREEK AREA MAP

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  • Sutter Creek - Amador County, California

    LITTLE KNOWN SUTTER CREEK FACTS

    The town takes its name from the creek which the creek takes its name from John A. Sutter. Unable to stop the tide of gold-seekers flowing over and destroying his lands, Sutter decided to follow the call of gold, trying in vain to recoup what the Gold Rush had taken. He arrived here in 1848 with a band of Kanakas and Indians, and upon finding a likely spot began mining along the creek......Read the rest of the Story!


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    HISTORIC DOWNTOWN SUTTER CREEK
    Downtown Sutter Creek has many historic buildings including the only Ratto Theatre remaining in Amador County!

    KNIGHT FOUNDRY
    Historic Knight Foundry, in Sutter Creek California, is believed to be the only remaining water powered foundry and machine shop in the United States.

    AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL
    In 1867 Dr. Fifield rebuilt his hotel and named it the American Exchange Hotel. The hotelís third story was added in 1897.

    MONTEVERDE STORE MUSEUM
    In May of 1898, J. Monteverde with son James started erection of a building on Randolph street for a grocery.





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    AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL
    BORO'S SALOON
    BRINN HOUSE
    CAP'S GARAGE
    CENTRAL EUREKA MINE
    FAGEN'S LIVERY
    GOODMAN'S SANITARIUM
    GRAMMAR SCHOOL
    HUBBELL BUILDING
    KEYES HOME
    KNIGHT FOUNDRY
    LINCOLN MINE
    LORENZO CUNEO SHOP
    METHODIST CHURCH
    MAHONEY MINE
    MONTEVERDE MUSEUM
    MORRIS AND SIEBE STORE
    ONETO BUILDING
    RATTO THEATRE
    SUTTER CREEK BREWERY
    WERNER BUILDING
    WILDMAN MINE

    Old Sutter Creek Photos


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    Information, photographs courtesy of the Amador County Archives, The Historical Marker Database, The Chronicling America Database, and Larry Cenotto, Amador County's Historian

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