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1. What was the first name for the settlement of Waldo?

2. How many businesses and buildings were in Waldo?

3. What year was the Spenceville area acquired by the state of California?

4. How many families were listed in the 1879 Spenceville city directory?

5. Where is the waterfall located in Nevada County?


1. A. Cabbage Patch, named in 1852 by two black teamsters who raised cabbages and drove them to the mines of Grass Valley and Nevada City to sell.

2. Five – post office, school, blacksmith shop, store and hotel.


4. Sixty-seven, including the Austin, Anderson and Bitner families.

5. At the end of the 31/2-mile road that goes through the Spenceville Wildlife Area.

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