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Exterior view of an old one-room cabin Mark Twain once resided in, Jackass Hill, ca.1930

By 1861-1946 C.C. (Charles C.) Pierce

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Photograph of an exterior view of an old one-room cabin Mark Twain once resided in, Jackass Hill, ca.1930. A cobblestone obelisk is pictured in the left foreground, just in from the wire fence that runs the width of the image in the foreground. In the background, a wooden longhouse is pictured with a sign to the right that reads "Mark Twain's Cabin". Twain lived in the cabin during part of 1864 and 1865. It was there that he met some of the characters in "Roughing It"

Topics: buildings, Mining -- Calaveras County -- General, Dwellings
Publisher: University of Southern California. Libraries
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:digitallibrary.usc.edu:p15799coll65/19874
Provided by: USC Digital Library
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