Mount Ophir, California


This article is about the mining town in California. For the mountain in Malaysia, See Mount Ophir. Mount Ophir is a ghost town in Mariposa County, California. It was founded during the California Gold Rush, and was the site of the first authorized gold stamping mill, or mint, in California. The stamping mill was built in 1850-51 by Moffat and Company, operating under the authority of Augustus Humbert, who had been appointed by President John Tyler to be the federal Assayer for California. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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  1. Mariposa (California)
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  3. Bear Valley (condado de Mariposa, California)

California Gold Rush

  1. Mount Ophir, California

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