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Stonewall, California

Stonewall, a former gold mining town in the Cuyamaca Mountains, in San Diego County, California. It was named for the Stonewall Mine, located in the vicinity and had its own post office from May 29, 1873 to August 1, 1876.

When the mine was revived the town's name was changed to Stratton on April 22, 1887.[1]

References

  1. ^ Frickstad, Walter N., A Century of California Post Offices 1848-1954, Philatelic Research Society, Oakland, CA. 1955. pp. 147–158.


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