New ‘Street Corners of Fort Bragg’ Tour Brochure Published

This is about a new walking tour map of historic Fort Bragg, California locations produced by the Native Daughters of the Golden West, Fort Bragg Parlor #210.
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Fort Bragg, California City Hall is on the Street Corners walking tour
Fort Bragg, California City Hall is on the Street Corners walking tour

“Street Corners of Fort Bragg” is a new historical walking tour guide. It’s a wonderful piece produced and paid for by the Native Daughters of the Golden West – Fort Bragg Parlor #210.

Nine different downtown locations are located on the map with references to about 50 historic sites and buildings.

First Baptist Church land donated by lumber baron C.R. Johnson.
First Baptist Church land donated by lumber baron C.R. Johnson.

Heading up this important history project was our own Ruth Sparks, a member of the Daughters and a tireless advocate of historic preservation. She was in the forefront of the Mendocino Village walking tour map and historic signage program created by the Mendocino Study Club, another one of her many activities.

The brochure is a wonderful examples of how a gentle arm twisting for funds and support and lots of hard work help preserve our culture for the enjoyment of current and future generations.

Street Corners of Fort Bragg
Street Corners of Fort Bragg

Thank you Native Daughters and thanks Ruth. Copies are available at City Hall, the Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce and many retailers downtown.

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