MAP OF COLUMBIA.
Columbia State Historic Park.
This page is set up for easier use with "smart" phones!
1. Fallon Hotel, Ice Cream Parlour, Fallon Theatre.
2. Columbia Gazette Office - Newspaper Display.
3. Eagle Cottage - Ranger Office/Friends Business Office.
4. Masonic Hall
5. Restrooms - (Not for public use) - See parking lot area behind Fallon.
6. Horse Riding Stables - (No longer used due to insurance difficulties)
7. Matelot Miners Supply - Gold Panning/gift shop.
8. Miner's Cabin - Behind Matelot.
9. Basement storage of American Hotel
10. Assay Office
11. Wells Fargo Building
12. Quartz Mountain Stage Line
13. D.O. Mills Bank Building - (Empty)
14. Brady Building - Columbia Clothiers & Emporium.
15. Seven Sister's Soap & Candle Co.
17. Jack Douglass Saloon
18. Justice Court - (c1903 James Fallon, Justice of the Peace)
19. Nelson's Columbia Candy Kitchen - (Two bldgs)
20. Native Sons of Golden West Museum.
21. Meyers Bldg. (Old Justice Court 1939-1995) - Now Chinese Display.
22. Tibbit's House - Open for special events
23. Candle Making Courtyard - The Brainard Building
24. Martinez House - Open for special events
25. Columbia Booksellers at Franklin/Wolfe Bldg.
26. Kamice's Photographic Establishment - (Was barber shop)
27. Fancy Dry Goods & Clothing Store - Empty.
28. Parrott's Blacksmith Shop
29. Angelo's Hall
30. Columbia House Restaurant
31. Livery Stable Exhibit - (Created by set designers for Young Riders in 1988)
32. San Francisco Store - a store display for classes.
33. Tuolumne Engine No. 1 - (built in 1859)
34. Drug Store Exhibit at Duchow Bldg
35. Dentist Office - Exhibit, Display
36. Questai Building - Empty Building
37. Towle & Leavitt - Gifts
38. Brown's Coffee House & Sweets Saloon
39. City Hotel
40. What Cheer Saloon
41. Columbia Museum
43. Kate's Boutique
44. Bowling Alley - "Hands on" Display.
45. Ebler's Leather & Saddlery Emporium
46. Ebler's Leather & Saddlery Emporium
47. Wilson-McConnell House - Not Open to Public
48. Columbia Engine Co. No. 2 - Main St. Firehouse
50. California Store - Exhibit
51. Mercantile Store - Columbia Mercantile - 1855
51a. Former Sector Office - Not Open to public
51b. Artificers' Exchange - Handcraft & Costume Supplies, Instructions & Information.
52. St. Charles Saloon - Pizza Parlour & ATM
60. Kate's Bakery
61. Kate's Tea House
68. Central Valley Office
Columbia has changed over the past 167+ years, and yet has remained the same. This map was made by Larry Baumgardner for my use for the Columbia Gazette around 2004. Many buildings have been closed since then and different uses over the years has created some changes as well. So the map, to date, is as close to what it is "currently" and may change "without notice" at any time.
Updated 1 May 2019
This page is created for the benefit of the public by
Floyd D.P. Oydegaard
fdpoyde3 (at) yahoo (dot) com
A WORK IN PROGRESS,
created for the visitors to the Columbia State Historic park.
© Columbia State Historic Park & Floyd D. P. Øydegaard.