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Columbia Gulch Fluming Company Stock Certificate (107321)

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Columbia Gulch Fluming Company Stock Certificate   (107321)
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Dateline Columbia, May 25th, 1855. No. 98, issued for one share to Adam Fairley. Signed by president John G. Sparks and secretary O. Bonney. Not cancelled. Ornate logo and border, no vignette. Printed on thin paper. 5.75 x 9.75" Fold, light wear, rough right edge. Competed early on with the Tuolumne County Water Co., but later combined and supplied most of the ditch water used in the county by 1867. Supplied water for the Gold Rush camps of Columbia, Yankee Hill, Gold Springs, Mormon Gulch, Saw Mill Flat, Martinez, Jamestown, Montezuma, Chinese Camp, and others. Columbia was founded in 1850 and known as the "Gem of the Southern Mines." Between 1850 and the early 1900s, $150 million in gold was removed. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1855
State/Country: California
City/County: Columbia