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Spenceville is a former settlement in Nevada County, California. Along with Hacketville and Wilsonville, Spenceville was established southwest of Rough and Ready during the 1865-1866 copper mining boom.
In 1880, its population was 350. By the 1920s, the population had dropped to approximately 150.
The Spenceville post office operated during the period of 1872 through 1932.
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- Spenceville Wildlife Refuge & Shingle Falls: 11,213-acre (45.38 km2) Wildlife Preserve
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