Bodie


The town of Bodie in California, is a mining town from the late 1800’s. What’s left today is maintained by the California State Parks System, who took over the town in 1962 to make it a State Historic Park.

A mill was established in 1861 and the town began to grow. It started with about 20 miners and grew to an estimated 10,000 people by 1880. By then, the town of Bodie filled with families, miners, robbers, store owners, gunfighters, prostitutes and people from every country in the world.
At one time there was reported to be 65 saloons in town. Among the saloons were numerous brothels, gambling halls and opium dens.

The last of the residents stayed until 1932.

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