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Jackson, California

170 Main Street


Parking Lot

204 Main Street (Krabbenhoft Building)

The Krabbenhoft Building was constructed as a 3-story in 1931.

Prior to the Krabbenhoft Building being constructed in 1931, In the late 1800's and early 1900's this was a "Chine Laundry" or Chinese Laundry and ball alley and saloon. This was also the site for the "Last Chance Saloon", and a house that wasn't a home.

More on the Last Chance Saloon

175 Main Street - (Historical Plaques)

The Vasilovich-Thomas memorial is in front of the firehouse next to Thomas monument. A Aforementioned Slavic families dedicated monument on Labor Day, 1984, over 104 years after family patriarch locally won union doublejack drilling contest near spot.

Jackson had a volunteer fire department "Hook and Ladder Co." most years since 1854

More on the Firestation (Hook & Ladder Co.)

169-175 Main Street - (Historical Building)

This building arose c1898 in Jackson's Victorian architectural era. At street level, a store; above, a dwelling. A historic Chinese Masonic building was erected nearby in 1875. In early days, both sides of Main down to near Court Street were the Chinese mercantile and residential section.

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