I have always wanted to take a road trip where we stop at every historical marker. Since we have extra time today we stop at the one in Chinese Camp. It is California Historical Marker No. 423 and is about the founding of Chinese Camp, the still-standing post office built in 1854, and the Tong Wars. We wander around the town which is mostly comprised of derelict old buildings. Worth a stop? Maybe.
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