Old Mining Camp of Brownsville
California State Historic Landmark 465
#465 Site of Brownsville
A thriving mining camp on rich Pennsylvania Gulch in the 1850s and 1860s. Named for
Alfred Brown, former owner of Table Mountain Ranch. Laws of the Brownsville mining district
provided that each miner could own one wet and one dry claim, not to exceed 150 square feet.
No photo exists for this site.
Pennsylvania Gulch Rd, 0.9 mi SW of Murphys.
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