Title: Placer County Legal Records,
Date (inclusive): 1851-1856
Box Number: 1372
Placer County (Calif.)
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Placer County (Calif.)--History-Sources
Records of court cases, public administrator's reports, road overseer's reports, bonds.
Placer County was created April 25, 1851, from parts of Sutter and Yuba Counties. It was an important mining county and was
given its name because placer mining was the principal method of mining for gold there. Auburn is the county seat.
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