F. Four Mile House in Shasta County Records and Publications
Record Book B, p. 173:
June 21, 1852
. . . beginning at a pine tree standing about one quarter of a mile from the road leading from Shasta to the Mouth of Whiskey Creek and about four miles from the Town of Shasta said tree bearing two blazes running from thence in a southerly course one half mile crossing said road to a stake thence in an eastern course one half mile to a stake from thence in a northern course one half mile to a stake from thence West to the place of beginning . . . on which lands I have valuable improvements.
Shasta Courier, July 23, 1853, p. 3:
FOUR MILE HOUSE. THIS COMMODIOUS AND PLEASANTLY
Shasta Courier, June 25, 1858, as quoted in Boggs, My Playhouse, p. 313:
FOUR MILE HOUSE. The subscribers announce to the public and their friends in general, that they have taken this long and well established House, where they intend to dispense the very best "CREATURE COMFORTS" that can be found at any hotel north of Marysville. All we ask of our friends and the public is, to give us a call, and if we don't make it "satisfactory" with them, just say we are no such persons as BEN D. ANDERSON, WM. E. WOOD, Shasta April 28, 1858.
Shasta Courier, December 29, 1860, p. 1:
FOUR MILE HOUSE
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