California State Historic Landmark 258
#258 Fourth Crossing
Located on the Stockton-Murphys Road at the fourth crossing of
the Calaveras River, this early mining settlement, once called Foremans, was
famous in the 1850s for its rich placer ores. Later, it became an important stage
and freighting depot and served the southern mines until after the turn of the
Nothing remains of this site.
On State Hwy 49 (PM 14.0) at San Antonio Creek, 5 mi S of San Andreas.
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