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About Lincoln, CA
People found this region very hospitable long before white pioneers arrived in the region. The verdant plains and hills offered an abundance of resource. A branch of the Maidu Indian tribe known as the Nisenan Indian tribe developed a large village on the location would eventually come to be known as the community of Lincoln, California.
White pioneers from the east started arriving in the Sierra Nevada, looking to strike it rich as the result of the discovery of gold. As of 1859, the location of Lincoln remained unsettled, although practically overnight settlements were established.
A man named Theodore Judah first envisioned a new community on this land. Mr. Judah, was a young engineer for the railroad. He surveyed the region for the Sacramento Valley Railroad, and also held title to the location for the planned railhead. However, when funds were running low the construction of the tracks were temporarily stopped. The president of the railroad sold his land to Mr. Judah. It wasn’t long before a man named Charles Lincoln Wilson had mapped out a location for the new settlement. Mr. Wilson sold some 46 parcels of land in 1859. The foundations for the community of Lincoln were laid by these new landowners.
There was an immediate effect on the economy of Lincoln in 1861, with the arrival of the railroad. White pioneers began arriving from all over transfer to the railroad from stagecoach. However, the wait for the railroad could last for days. These costumers were ready made and were a boon for local shops, restaurants, and hotels. However, the success of the community of Lincoln didn’t last long. The passengers of the railroad moved with the railroad when it extended its railroad line to the north.
However, Lincoln would never become a ghost town. Veterans of the Civil War relocated moved west looking for productive farmland, which provided the next economic boom. On the neighboring hills, they grazed their cattle and planted orchards. The first of many different fruit packing plants were opened in Lincoln, by the late 1800’s. This provided employment to the community of Lincoln for the next half century.
A man named J. Whitney was also attracted to the region. Mr. Whitney owned the Spring Valley Ranch, which would eventually become the Twelve Bridges of Lincoln.”is was a master planned community, and Mr. Whitney soon became the wealthiest man in the County of Placer in the 1800’s. Mr. Whitney was a diverse rancher who was involved in everything from growing raisins to breeding horses. However, he was known for his herd of Merino Sheep from Australia that produced wool.
There was in increase in employment, when coal was discovered. In 1873, when the coal was discovered, many of the locals knew about its existence for many years. Carloads of the ore started to roll out of Lincoln in order to fuel the furnaces in communities all throughout the valley.
In 1875, a resident of Chicago named Charles Gladding, who, at the time, was visiting in San Francisco when he became interested in a story in the newspaper. The newspaper article related a story about a road crew that had encountered a vast layer of clay in the Lincoln region. Mr. Gladding has some 25 years of experience in the pottery business, and didn’t require any further enticement to relocate to the County of Placer.
Along with his partners named George Chambers and Peter McBean, Mr. Gladding invested domed $12,000 to establish Gladding, McBean and Company. For over 100 years this company became the centerpiece of the economy in the community of Lincoln.
These days, Lincoln has a very diverse economy and is a growing community. New industries and residents are selecting Lincoln for its attitudes, lifestyle, and location. Lincoln is dedicated to preserving the best of the community Lincoln, from its unequaled community spirit to its historic 1890’s style of architecture. The community of Lincoln has a bright future. ‘