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The battle included two Native American tribes, the sheriff's department, gold miners, the famous writer Joaquin Miller and an instigator named Mountain Joe more

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The site is a great example of the establishment of social and economic community between Native American people and the European immigrant society in Humboldt County more

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Although many people believe the town of Yreka was named after the Shasta Indian Tribe's word for "white mountain," Mark Twain has a different account of the story more

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The site was once an island in a large lake. Now it sits as a 6,000-year-old monument to the history of Northern California more

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The flood created a lake down the center of the state that was 300 miles long and 20 miles wide more

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Due to the brave and enthusiastic work of early 20th century photographers, we can see exactly what the eruption looked like more

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With international politics growing tense, the rising popularity of television broadcasts and the advancement of each winter sport, these games would be a major achievement for not only NorCal, but the entire United States. more

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Feeding wildlife in Lassen Volcanic National Park is strictly prohibited. But I think we can make an exception for the 35th President of the United States. more

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The the 1950's, ambitious developers opened a two-person chairlift on Mt. Shasta that reached 9,200 feet and accessed nearly 1,400 vertical feet from the top to the base lodge more

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The battle included two Native American tribes, the sheriff's department, gold miners, the famous writer Joaquin Miller and an instigator named Mountain Joe more

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Although the town was known for its whiskey brawls and gunshot murders, it's truly a story of a man achieving the American Dream more

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When Ishi emerged from the wilderness near Lassen Peak and into the modern world in 1911, he had no idea the impact he would have on the legacy of Northern California Native Americans more

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Bumpass Hell in Lassen Volcanic National Park is one of the most popular destinations in NorCal. But for the man that found the area, it ruined his life. more

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Whiskeytown Lake from Visitor's Center

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Find out how Whiskeytown may have gotten its name, and learn a little more about the area's history... more

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A D.C. socialite, the Gold Rush, shipping lines, San Francisco, Crescent City and Battery Point Lighthouse intertwine in history to reveal something about our NorCal origins. more

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Names almost always make for a good story, and Hat Creek is no exception. more

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The accident still ranks as the largest hazardous chemical spill in California history more

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