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Cultural Resources Reconnaissance and Overview for a Portion of Forest Highway #124, Placer County, California (1986)
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A group of buildings built between 1898 and 1904 cover a series of archeological deposits associated with the Mascot Saloon, the longest lived saloon operated by the same owner at the same location in the gold rush town of Skagway, Alaska. Built during the gold rush, and then continuing to cater to the working class men of this railroad and shipping port until local prohibition in July 1916 the Mascot Saloon witnessed all phases of saloon life. A thorough contextual history explores the...