Wow Own a Huge Portion of Cherokee Land (449.65 ACRES )Grab a unique oppertunity to own an enormous sized land rich in gold rush history , the land consists of two parcels totaling an amazing amount of property which runs along both sides of Oregon Gulch Rd and has a roughed in road which winds from oregon gulch rd to the top of the mountain which you would own with this land it also winds through a creek and corral areas studded with oak trees.This secluded gem is located near the Historic Gold Rush town of Cherokee, Views from the property consist of Valley, Lake Views , Meadow Views and much more. The history is simply amazing , the area that is now Cherokee was once populated by the Maidu. Around 1818 Spanish explorers found gold on Cherokee's south side near Table Mountain. In 1849 Cherokee came from Oklahoma. Thomas Edison owned one of the mines which sprung up in the area, and he saw to it that the mines were electrified to ease the work. The town prospered during the mining period, and Butte County's first homes with running water were built in Cherokee. In 1880 President Rutherford B. Hayes, his wife Lucy, Civil War General William T. Sherman and General John Bidwell came to visit Cherokee's famous hydraulic gold mine. In the 1890s, the gold mines were sold off because of operational costs. At its boomtime, the town had a population in the thousands.A post office operated at Cherokee from 1854 to 1912.