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The history of Copperopolis would not be complete without mentioning the history of Lake Tulloch. David Tulloch and his family emigrated to California in the early 1850's. they originally settled in Knights Ferry. At that time Knights Ferry was considered the center of Placer gold mining on th...
Many visitors have never heard of The Copperopolis Civil War Cannon and may wonder how it came to Copperopolis. the cannon is a 6 pound made of bronze metal. the serial number is 731 which was stamped on it by the maker Cyrus Alger and Company. The cannon was purchased by the Copperopolis Blues...
The main Hwy. responsible for much of the growth of California's Mother Lode Region is State Highway 49. No history of Copperopolis and Lake Tulloch would be complete without exploring the original covered bridge that was lost to the need for water. Over this road and the adjoining side roads a ...