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Calico Ghost Town, California
California

Calico was developed in 1881 during the largest silver strike in California. Located at the side of towering King Mountain, the town was named for the variety of colors in the mountain that were "as purty as a gal's calico skirt." Calico boomed during 1881-1896; but the end came to the silver rush in 1896 and by 1904 Calico had become a ghost town.

Today the historic silver mining town lives on as one of the few original Old West mining camps. One-third of Calico's original structures still stand; the remaining buildings have been carefully reconstructed to capture the Old West spirit. Walk Main Street and experience the life of the townspeople; see the blacksmith shop, the old school house, and do a little gold panning of your own.

Ref: http://www.calicotown.com/

Copyright: Thomas humeau
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Uploaded: 01/05/2010
Updated: 23/09/2014
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Tags: calico; ghost; town; california; usa; western; mine; gold; silver; rush
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