Yes there are three Dogtown, California entries
There genuinely appear to be three Dogtowns in California:
- the place now known as Magalia,
- the ghost town in Mono County (also seemingly called "Dog Town")
- the non-existent town (according to references it never existed, as opposed to being a ghost town like Columbia, California) in Calaveras County (shown on Rand-McNally Road Atlas)
BeteNoir 07:15, 28 October 2005 (UTC)
- And of course the Ocean Park (Santa Monica/Venice) entry too. -Willmcw 07:54, 28 October 2005 (UTC)
There are more than three in Caliornia
- Dogtown, Marin County - on Shoreline Highway north of the turnoff to Bolinas; this was a logging town that was once the largest settlement in Marin; renamed "Woodville" so potential wives would find it more acceptable (it's said); posted that way by CalTrans for several decades, but now posted as Dogtown.Pablo Briones, Woodvile Ranch, Rose Briones
- Three Dogtowns are listed in the California Secretary of State's 2005 Roster of Unincorporated Areas, in Calaveras County, Mariposa County, and San Joaquin County.pdf
I will fiddle with the article later.--Hjal 07:14, 18 May 2007 (UTC)
Items removed 5 April 2009
- Dogtown, nick name for Minneapolis Township, Avery County, North_Carolina, a community in Western North Carolina
- Dogtown, San Joaquin County, California, a Gold Rush-era settlement, located in northern San Joaquin County, CaliforniaMultimap.com
- Dogtown, an old established barrio of Northeast Los Angeles"The True Story of Dogtown and the Zephyr Boys" by Steve Cave, retrieved August 2, 2007.
- The area between Seffner, Florida and Mango, Florida which is currently unknown to which city that part belongs to.
- The area surrounding Drake University (The Bulldogs) in Des Moines, Iowa
- The business area near Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, now known as Campustown
- North Little Rock, Arkansas"'Dog Town' buries nickname, but feud lives on; The Talk of North Little Rock" by Judith Miller, New York Times, March 20, 1983, retrieved September 22, 2006.
- Mining jargon for a group of ad-hoc huts or other shelters, typically near a mineral deposit
The above items are not mentioned in the linked article and/or no incoming links for the redlink or only an ext link provided -- none of which are appropriate for disambiguation pages. older ≠ wiser 11:18, 5 April 2009 (UTC)