1854 Liquor License at Fosters Bar for John Sing

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1854 Liquor License at Fosters Bar for John Sing
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Fosters Bar was located on the North Fork of the Yuba River. It is now covered by the Bullards Bar Reservoir. It was one of the earliest and best known Yuba diggings. The place was named after William M. Foster, miner and merchant, who opened a store here in 1849. Foster was a survivor of the Donner Party. He was in partnership with Covillaud who would become one of the founders of Marysville. A post office operated at Foster Bar from 1852 to 1866. [California Gold Camps by Gudde] Date: 1854 Location: Fosters Bar, California HWAC# 57371