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Jackson, California

115 Main Street - (Historical Building)

This building is known as the "Pioneer Hall". The Amador County Chamber of Commerce and Vistor's Center is located here. Their current hours are 8am - 4pm Monday through Friday, and 10am - 2pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Phone: (209) 223-0350

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111 Main Street - (Historical Building)

Where the Chamber of Commerce resides and the Jackson Cleaners are now one building, housed in brick stores from the 1850s. Both survived the awful 1862 fire. The Native Daughters order founded in southerly half's basement in 1886. These two buildings were later combined into one building, most likely after the 1862 fire.

105 Main Street - (Historical Building)

This is known as the Levi and Bro. Building. This once a frame building was rebuilt with brick by the Levi and Bro, in 1857. It was known as the "Azure Club" for many years.

47 Main Street

Information, photographs courtesy of the Amador County Archives, The Historical Marker Database, The Chronicling America Database, and Larry Cenotto, Amador County's Historian