Dogtown, Tulare County, California

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Dogtown, Tulare County, California, is a ghost town near White River, California. It grew up along Coarse Gold Creek, 2 miles west of what is now White River during the Kern River Gold Rush. When the wagon road was built to the Kern River gold mines from Fountain Springs, the town relocated and was renamed Tailholt. Later it was renamed White River.[1]

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