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Stunning Historical Photos of Sacramento, CA looked like in the 1870s

Central Pacific Railroad built an ice-cooled freight car in 1870 to transport California-grown fruit across the country. Sacramento became the permanent State Capital at the 1879 Constitutional Convention after the California State Legislature moved there in 1854. The city prospered quickly due to its new status and strategic location. The Pony Express and First Transcontinental Railroad terminated in Sacramento, becoming a distribution and transportation center.

The Sacramento Fire Department was established on March 30, 1872, after the City formed Engine Companies 1 and 2. On September 2, 1876, Sacramento High School was completed at 9th and M Streets at the cost of $10,687. The school opened for students in January 1877. The building burned down in 1909.

Here are some stunning historical photos of Sacramento in the 1870s. Also check, what Sacramento looked in the 1850s and 1860s.

#1 Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building, Looking Northeast by East, 1870s

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building, Looking Northeast by East, 1870s

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#2 Flood in Sacramento on N Street between 4th and 5th Streets, 1870s

Flood in Sacramento on N Street between 4th and 5th Streets, 1870s

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#3 2nd Sacramento County Courthouse being raised, 1870

2nd Sacramento County Courthouse being raised, 1870

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#4 View of the raising of the Sacramento County Courthouse on the northwest corner of 7th & I Streets, 1870

View of the raising of the Sacramento County Courthouse on the northwest corner of 7th & I Streets, 1870

Building sitting on jacks, stacks of bricks nearby; men and boys posed in group portrait in front of building, some standing on the structure raising the building; man on wagon drawn by 2 horses.

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#5 Sacramento from 10th and L Streets, looking northwest, 1870.

Sacramento from 10th and L Streets, looking northwest, 1870.

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#6 Central Pacific yard, Sacramento, 1870

Central Pacific yard, Sacramento, 1870

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#7 Bridge across the Sacramento and C.P.R.R. Cars, 1870.

Bridge across the Sacramento and C.P.R.R. Cars, 1870.

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#8 Central Pacific yard, Sacramento, 1870

Central Pacific yard, Sacramento, 1870

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#9 An old drawing of Old Sacramento with busy pedestrians. Gardner House, National House, and G. O. Perry Co. visible, 1875

An old drawing of Old Sacramento with busy pedestrians. Gardner House, National House, and G. O. Perry Co. visible, 1875

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#10 View of Sacramento during the flood of 1871, houses, trees, and fenced yards surrounded by water.

View of Sacramento during the flood of 1871, houses, trees, and fenced yards surrounded by water.

A boat is tied to a fence in the foreground and another is in the background being rowed down the street by 3 people.

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#11 A Street Scene in Sacramento, 1878

A Street Scene in Sacramento, 1878

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#12 The Grand Hotel in Sacramento City, 1878

The Grand Hotel in Sacramento City, 1878

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#13 It The Fist Congregational Church opened on September 23, 1849 when Sacramento was still very small.

It The Fist Congregational Church opened on September 23, 1849 when Sacramento was still very small.

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#14 President Grant’s Visit to Sacramento, 1875

President Grant's Visit to Sacramento, 1875

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#15 Orangevale House, 1871

Orangevale House, 1871

Depicts a home with picket fence in the unincorporated community of Orangevale. Orangevale is located in northeastern Sacramento county in the Sierra Nevada foothills, and was named for its orange groves, some of which stand today.

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#16 Sacramento, Stairway of State Capitol, 1870s

Sacramento, Stairway of State Capitol, 1870s

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#17 Raised view of the Free Mason’s Hall on K street in Sacramento (southwest corner of k and 6th streets). Street is lined with storefronts and restaurants, including Louisiana Restaurant (164 K street).

Raised view of the Free Mason's Hall on K street in Sacramento (southwest corner of k and 6th streets). Street is lined with storefronts and restaurants, including Louisiana Restaurant (164 K street).

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#18 Sacramento, Odd Fellows’ Hall. No. 1594, 1870s

Sacramento, Odd Fellows' Hall. No. 1594, 1870s

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#19 Mansion of A. Galletin, Sacramento, 1879

Mansion of A. Galletin, Sacramento, 1879

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#20 Pullman Palace Cars, at Sacramento, 1870

Pullman Palace Cars, at Sacramento, 1870

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#21 Central Pacific Railroad bridge across the Sacramento River, 1870

Central Pacific Railroad bridge across the Sacramento River, 1870

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#22 Sacramento cityscape, 1870s

Sacramento cityscape, 1870s

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#23 Car Department C.P.R.R., 1876

Car Department C.P.R.R., 1876

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#24 Huntington Hopkins & Co. hardware store, 1870s

Huntington Hopkins & Co. hardware store, 1870s

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#25 Store, Weinstock & Lubin, Proprietors at 400 K Street, Sacramento, 1870

Store, Weinstock & Lubin, Proprietors at 400 K Street, Sacramento, 1870

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#26 Exterior view of the A(rend) Schaden Family Grocery at the southeast corner of 2nd and M Streets in Sacramento, 1878

Exterior view of the A(rend) Schaden Family Grocery at the southeast corner of 2nd and M Streets in Sacramento, 1878

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#27 John Breuner Furniture Company on K Street in Sacramento, 1871

John Breuner Furniture Company on K Street in Sacramento, 1871

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#28 View of 216 M Street. It was used as a printing shop, 1870s

View of 216 M Street. It was used as a printing shop, 1870s

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#29 The Union Iron Works of Root, Neilson & Company located at Front Street between N and O Streets, Sacramento, 1876

The Union Iron Works of Root, Neilson & Company located at Front Street between N and O Streets, Sacramento, 1876

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#30 Sacramento River front, “Dover”, 1875

Sacramento River front, "Dover", 1875

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#31 The Red House, 1870

The Red House, 1870

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#32 Breuner’s Furniture Store on K Street in Sacramento, 1871

Breuner's Furniture Store on K Street in Sacramento, 1871

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#33 Sacramento cityscape, 1870

Sacramento cityscape, 1870

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#34 H. Fisher Refreshment Saloon, 1870s

H. Fisher Refreshment Saloon, 1870s

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#35 Mary Watson School or Sacramento Grammar School, 1872

Mary Watson School or Sacramento Grammar School, 1872

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#36 Hartwell, Hotchkiss & Stalker Sacramento Planing Mill, 1875

Hartwell, Hotchkiss & Stalker Sacramento Planing Mill, 1875

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#37 Sacramento Daily & Weeklyl Union newspaper building, 1871

Sacramento Daily & Weeklyl Union newspaper building, 1871

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#38 Sacramento wharf, stemboat docked, 1870

Sacramento wharf, stemboat docked, 1870

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#39 View of the three-story Arcade Hotel with balcony across the second floor, partial balcony at third floor, 1875

View of the three-story Arcade Hotel with balcony across the second floor, partial balcony at third floor, 1875

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#40 Cityscape of Sacramento. Taken from the top of the State Capitol Bldg. Looking towards 10th & L street, 1870s

Cityscape of Sacramento. Taken from the top of the State Capitol Bldg. Looking towards 10th & L street, 1870s

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#41 Miners standing in front of a cabin, 1870

Miners standing in front of a cabin, 1870

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#42 St. Rose of Lima Church, 1870s

St. Rose of Lima Church, 1870s

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#43 Methodist church, 1874

Methodist church, 1874

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#44 Exterior view of the Sunderland Family home, 1872

Exterior view of the Sunderland Family home, 1872

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#45 Sacramento, 1870s

Sacramento, 1870s

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#46 Oakland Ferry Landing, 1870

Oakland Ferry Landing, 1870

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#47 A horse drawn street car passing the Sutter’s Fort derelict building, 1870s

A horse drawn street car passing the Sutter's Fort derelict building, 1870s

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#48 Sacramento, 1870s

Sacramento, 1870s

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#49 Central Pacific Depot, 1878

Central Pacific Depot, 1878

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#50 California State Capitol, 1870

California State Capitol, 1870

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#51 Mrs. Barbara Wurm, assistant director of the Amador County Chamber of Commerce, 1870s

Mrs. Barbara Wurm, assistant director of the Amador County Chamber of Commerce, 1870s

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#52 St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1871

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1871

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#53 California State Capitol, 1870

California State Capitol, 1870

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#54 Exterior view of the first machine shop of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, 1876

Exterior view of the first machine shop of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, 1876

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#55 John Bruener Furniture Ware Rooms at 160 K Street, 1870

John Bruener Furniture Ware Rooms at 160 K Street, 1870

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#56 Locomotive, 1874

Locomotive, 1874

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#57 C.P.R.R. Car Shop Drills Machine Department, 1876

C.P.R.R. Car Shop Drills Machine Department, 1876

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#58 Sutter’s Fort, 1870s

Sutter's Fort, 1870s

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#59 Six men and two dogs pose in front of this small wooden store, 1878

Six men and two dogs pose in front of this small wooden store, 1878

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#60 Cityscape taken from atop the Edward Johnson home at 5th and M Streets; view southwest, 1870s

Cityscape taken from atop the Edward Johnson home at 5th and M Streets; view southwest, 1870s

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#61 Union Iron Works or Root, Neilson & Co., 1876

Union Iron Works or Root, Neilson & Co., 1876

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#62 California State Capitol, 1879.

California State Capitol, 1879.

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#63 Jefferson Davis’ House, 1870

Jefferson Davis' House, 1870

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#64 Exterior view of the state capitol during its construction, 1870

Exterior view of the state capitol during its construction, 1870

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#65 Unidentified street scene with storefronts, 1875

Unidentified street scene with storefronts, 1875

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#66 An interior view of what appears to be an unidentified fraternal or lodge meeting room in an unidentified location, 1870s

An interior view of what appears to be an unidentified fraternal or lodge meeting room in an unidentified location, 1870s

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#67 Turnverein Hall, 1874

Turnverein Hall, 1874

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#68 Biggs, California Street Scene, 1874

Biggs, California Street Scene, 1874

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#69 View of the original Central Pacific Railroad Hospital with horse and carriage in circular drive, 1875

View of the original Central Pacific Railroad Hospital with horse and carriage in circular drive, 1875

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#70 California State capitol, 1870s

California State capitol, 1870s

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#71 Exterior view of the first machine shop of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, 1876

Exterior view of the first machine shop of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, 1876

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#72 View of the original Central Pacific Railroad Hospital and grounds with carriage in circular drive, 1875

View of the original Central Pacific Railroad Hospital and grounds with carriage in circular drive, 1875

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#73 Capital Furniture Sales Room at 178 J Street, 1879

Capital Furniture Sales Room at 178 J Street, 1879

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#74 Huntington Hopkins & Co. hardware store, 1870s

Huntington Hopkins & Co. hardware store, 1870s

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#75 A view of the California State Capitol building in about 1879.

A view of the California State Capitol building in about 1879.

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#76 Exterior view of the state capitol during its construction. View taken from the northwest side of the building

Exterior view of the state capitol during its construction. View taken from the northwest side of the building

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#77 Union Restaurant and Capital Woolen Mills, 1870s

Union Restaurant and Capital Woolen Mills, 1870s

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#78 View of the California State Capitol building from 2 blocks away and looking southeast, 1870

View of the California State Capitol building from 2 blocks away and looking southeast, 1870

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#79 Machine Shop No. 2 workers, staff and crew, 1870s

Machine Shop No. 2 workers, staff and crew, 1870s

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#80 State Capitol Building, 1879. The trees of Capitol Park are small and park is fenced with wooden sidewalks to outside.

State Capitol Building, 1879. The trees of Capitol Park are small and park is fenced with wooden sidewalks to outside.

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#81 A view of buildings in San Francisco with the Miners Exchange Bank prominent in the center of the image, 1870

A view of buildings in San Francisco with the Miners Exchange Bank prominent in the center of the image, 1870

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#82 Central Methodist Church, 1870s

Central Methodist Church, 1870s

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#83 Horse auction at 3rd and J Streets, 1879

Horse auction at 3rd and J Streets, 1879

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#84 Front view of the Central Pacific Railroad Hospital building, 1875

Front view of the Central Pacific Railroad Hospital building, 1875

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#85 Parade halts for photographer (apparently), 1875

Parade halts for photographer (apparently), 1875

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#86 Webb Hall, 1870s

Webb Hall, 1870s

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#87 The interior of what appears to be a lodge meeting room, in an unidentified location and decorated in high Victorian style, 1870

The interior of what appears to be a lodge meeting room, in an unidentified location and decorated in high Victorian style, 1870

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#88 Wells Fargo Express Building, 1870s

Wells Fargo Express Building, 1870s

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#89 Congregational Church, 1870s

Congregational Church, 1870s

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#90 The Red House, 1875

The Red House, 1875

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#91 Jane Lathrop Stanford is playing pool with Anna Lathrop Hewes in their home, the Stanford Mansion in Sacramento, 1873

Jane Lathrop Stanford is playing pool with Anna Lathrop Hewes in their home, the Stanford Mansion in Sacramento, 1873

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#92 Sacramento County Courthouse, corner of 7th & I Streets, served as State Capitol building, 1870.

Sacramento County Courthouse, corner of 7th & I Streets, served as State Capitol building, 1870.

Citizens and construction workers pose amid bricks and scaffolding at front and side of Classic style building, showing fluted Ionic columns, during raising in 1870.

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#93 View of a Sacramento Valley R.R. train parked beside train depot on Front St. Adams McNeil wholesale grocers, 1874

View of a Sacramento Valley R.R. train parked beside train depot on Front St. Adams McNeil wholesale grocers, 1874

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#94 Elevated view of Sacramento from the California state capitol during its construction looking northwest out across the city, 1870

Elevated view of Sacramento from the California state capitol during its construction looking northwest out across the city, 1870

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#95 Corner of 10th & L street, Sacramento, 1874

Corner of 10th & L street, Sacramento, 1874

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#96 California State Capitol, 1879

California State Capitol, 1879

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#97 Four seated women in a sun parlor at the Stanford Mansion and young Leland standing next to his mother, 1873

Four seated women in a sun parlor at the Stanford Mansion and young Leland standing next to his mother, 1873

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#98 Stanford family portrait, 1873

Stanford family portrait, 1873

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#99 Central Pacific Railroad shops, 1870

Central Pacific Railroad shops, 1870

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#100 Group of people standing on a Southern Pacific engine in snow country near Donner Lake, 1875

Group of people standing on a Southern Pacific engine in snow country near Donner Lake, 1875

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#101 Steamer Varuna, 1876

Steamer Varuna, 1876

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#102 Hauling columns from Central Pacific Railroad wharf to Capitol building, on J Street between 3rd and 4th Streets, Sacramento. May 25, 1871.

Hauling columns from Central Pacific Railroad wharf to Capitol building, on J Street between 3rd and 4th Streets, Sacramento. May 25, 1871.

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#103 Stanford Home interior views, 1870s

Stanford Home interior views, 1870s

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#104 The California State Capitol building is shown here under construction, 1873.

The California State Capitol building is shown here under construction, 1873.

The photograph was taken from the Leland Stanford Home, located southwest of the Capitol at Eighth and N streets. The State Printing Plant, erected in 1872, is shown in the upper right. Notice the planked sidewalks and unpaved roads.

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#105 This 1879 photograph captures a youngish California State Capitol building as viewed from the corner of 10th and L streets.

This 1879 photograph captures a youngish California State Capitol building as viewed from the corner of 10th and L streets.

The building's raised posture was due to a desire to avoid flooding. Accordingly, in 1862, workers hauled wheelbarrows of dirt to raise the structure's ground line by 6 feet.

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#106 Central Pacific Railroad Shops, 1873

Central Pacific Railroad Shops, 1873

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#107 Sutter Lake Scene, 1878

Sutter Lake Scene, 1878

Slough (another local term for Sutter Lake, since filled in to house expansions on the Southern Pacific Rail Yards and Shops) and the thriving Chinatown that bordered it in the decades following the Gold Rush. Eucalyptus trees are visible surrounding the lake. The railroad planted the trees in the hopes of combating “miasmas” from the toxic lake but the trees, like the lake itself, proved to be a significant fire hazard. The dome of the state capitol, finished four years prior, is visible in the background.

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#108 Sacramento River, from the Bridge at Sacramento City, 1870

Sacramento River, from the Bridge at Sacramento City, 1870

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#109 Steamers for the Upper Sacramento River, 1870

Steamers for the Upper Sacramento River, 1870

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#110 E.B. Crocker Art Gallery, 1875

E.B. Crocker Art Gallery, 1875

In 1868, Judge Edwin B. Crocker purchased the property, the he hired Seth Babson to renovate the home. Completed in 1872, the family mansion went through several uses and reconstructions. It is now used to display artwork from around the world.

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#111 Wells Fargo Express Building, 1870s

Wells Fargo Express Building, 1870s

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#112 Whaleboat with Greener’s Gun Mounted, 1874

Whaleboat with Greener's Gun Mounted, 1874

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#113 California State Capitol building, 1873

California State Capitol building, 1873

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#114 Exterior view of H. Wachhorst Jewelry Company, 315 J Street, 1870

Exterior view of H. Wachhorst Jewelry Company, 315 J Street, 1870

Two men are standing outside the front door of the business. Man on the left is Herman B. F. Wachhorst and at the right is Augustus Gerlach. Herman started the business in 1860.

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#115 The Branch Bakery, 1875

The Branch Bakery, 1875

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#116 C. Kellogg hardware store, 1870

C. Kellogg hardware store, 1870

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#117 The Levee and Steamers at Sacramento City, 1870

The Levee and Steamers at Sacramento City, 1870

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#118 Sacramento City, K Street, Masonic Hall and Catholic Church, 1870s

Sacramento City, K Street, Masonic Hall and Catholic Church, 1870s

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#119 Sixth Street, Sacramento City, Grammar School, Baptist Church, Masonic Hall, 1870s

Sixth Street, Sacramento City, Grammar School, Baptist Church, Masonic Hall, 1870s

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#120 The Levee and Central Pacific Railroad Freight Trains, Sacramento, 1870

The Levee and Central Pacific Railroad Freight Trains, Sacramento, 1870

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#121 Steamer Landing, and Pacific Railroad Depot, Sacramento City, 1870s

Steamer Landing, and Pacific Railroad Depot, Sacramento City, 1870s

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#122 The River and Steamers at Sacramento City, 1870s

The River and Steamers at Sacramento City, 1870s

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#123 The Levee at Sacramento, From the deck of the Steamer Capitol, 1870s

The Levee at Sacramento, From the deck of the Steamer Capitol, 1870s

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#124 K Street, Sacramento, from Kohn’s buillding, 1870s

K Street, Sacramento, from Kohn's buillding, 1870s

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#125 Sacramento. J Street, from Sixth Street. Laying the Nicolson Pavement, 1870

Sacramento. J Street, from Sixth Street. Laying the Nicolson Pavement, 1870

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#126 Residence of Ex-Governor Stanford, Sacramento City, 1870

Residence of Ex-Governor Stanford, Sacramento City, 1870

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#127 Sacramento City, K Street, looking East from the Masonic Hall, 1870s

Sacramento City, K Street, looking East from the Masonic Hall, 1870s

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#128 Sacramento City, J Street, looking West, 1870

Sacramento City, J Street, looking West, 1870

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#129 Sacramento City. Central Pacific R. R. Works, At China Slough, 1870s

Sacramento City. Central Pacific R. R. Works, At China Slough, 1870s

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#130 Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building, Looking East, 1870s

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building, Looking East, 1870s

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#131 Sacramento City, K Street, from Masonic Hall, 1870s

Sacramento City, K Street, from Masonic Hall, 1870s

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#132 Sacramento City from the New Capitol Building, Looking Northeast, 1870s

Sacramento City from the New Capitol Building, Looking Northeast, 1870s

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#133 Sacramento City, K Street, looking East from the Masonic Hall, 1870s