Lassen Emigrant Trail, Bieber!

Lassen Emigrant Trail, Bieber
Landmark #763 Lassen County Visited: Sept. 27, 2014 Plaque?  YES! 🙂
What is it? A plaque marking the Lassen Emigrant Trail’s route through Bieber, California!
What makes it historical? THE GUIDE SAYSPeter Lassen opened the Lassen Emigrant Trail in 1848 when he led a 12-wagon emigrant train from Missouri to California. The route, which passed near this place, was extensively traveled during the years 1848-53 by emigrants seeking gold, adventure, and a new life in the west – but because of the hardships of the route and the hostility of the Indians, the trail was little used after 1853.

OTHER TIDBITS: That pretty well sums it up!

How can I Help the Helpers? HERE’S HOW:

  • Volunteer with the Lassen County Historical Society!
  • Be a responsible visitor! Please respect the signs and pathways, and treat all structures and artifacts with respect. They’ve endured a lot to survive into the present. They’ll need our help to make it into the future!
Where is this place? LISTED DIRECTIONS:
County of Lassen Library-Historical Museum
NE corner Veterans Ln and Bridge St
Bieber, CA 96009

Yup! That’s correct!

From Los Angeles: ~631mi (1016km) — 10.6hrs
From Sacramento: ~251mi (404km) — 4.2hrs
From San Diego: ~718mi (1156km) — 12hrs
From San Francisco: ~305mi (491km) — 5.1hrs

When should I go? Whenever the mood strikes you!

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