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The Owl Tavern

The first wooden building on this site dates to the early 1850s but was destroyed by fire. Today's Owl Tavern is made up of two structures, built in 1857 and 1862. It became a saloon in 1883. The name "Owl" is derived from the days when local gold mines ran 24 hours a day.

Location: 134 Mill Street, Grass Valley California 95945

Other History nearby:
(Grass Valley)
Adams Express & Stage Company Building
Bayley House
(Grass Valley)
Bon Allure Building
Butte County Pioneer Museum
(Nevada City)
Calanan Park Monitor and Drill Cove
Chinese Temple

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