Davis's Ferry

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Davis's Ferry was a river crossing of the Tuolumne River from the time of the California Gold Rush. It became a ferry and small settlement on the route to the southern mines that became the Stockton - Los Angeles Road. It was located two miles down the river from Dickinson's Ferry, the other major ferry on this route.[1]

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  1. ^ ITINERARY XXI. From Fort Yuma to Benicia, California, in The Prairie Traveler: A Hand-book for Overland Expeditions by Randolph Barnes Marcy, Published by Authority of the War Department, (1859)]

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Coordinates: 37°38′27″N 120°37′48″W / 37.64083°N 120.63000°W / 37.64083; -120.63000