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Photographs of Dunnigan

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Dunnigan, California (previously known as Antelope), located along Highway 16 and I-5 north of Woodland. (Recent photographs taken by Peggy B. Perazzo, in 2000, 2002, and July 2005, used with permission.)

“Blacks, and Dunnigans (sic) are railroad stations, and are centers of large wheat and fruit production and shipment.” (Excerpt from “Woodland, California,” by. R. A. Thompson, Out West magazine, Vol. XVII, No. 1, July, 1902, pp. 120-135.)

Dunnigan city limit sign. Dunnigan city limit sign.

Grain Silos located in Dunnigan

Grain Silos Photo #1 Grain Silos Photo #2 Grain Silos Photo #3
Dunnigan General Store & Post Office. Dunnigan General Store and Post Office
Photograph looking down First Street. Photograph looking down First Street
House on First Street (First Street) House on First Street

House corner of Main Street and Second Street.

House corner of Main Street and Second Street - Photo #1 House corner of Main Street and Second Street - Photo #2

Brick Structure located at Main Street and County Road 89. (photograph taken in 2000) A Yolo County resident told me that the brick structure below is the remains of a bank vault that was located in the back of the mercantile store that was located on Main Street in Dunnigan. (If you know the name of the mercantile store, please contact me so I can add it to this description. Peggy B. Perazzo)

Brick Structure  (photograph taken in 2000) - Photo #1 Brick Structure located at Main Street and County Brick Structure  (photograph taken in 2000) - Photo #2

Brick Structure located at Main Street and County Road 89. (photograph taken in July 2005)

Brick Structure  (photograph taken in 2005) - Photo #1 Brick Structure  (photograph taken in 2005) - Photo #2 Brick Structure  (photograph taken in 2005) - Photo #3
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