Ebbetts Pass High Sierra Nevada Historical Monument and History

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 14 May 2011


High Sierra Nevada Historical Monument
Ebbetts Pass

 Ebbetts Pass Historical Monument

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 Historical Information

For an excellent historical account of Ebbetts Pass and the Highway 4 corridor  see the The Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway Association's History of the Route page.

EPNSBA formed in 2006 as a non-profit corporation to preserve, enhance and promote the unique resources of the Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway.
EPSBA is a state tax-exempt corporation, and is currently in the process of applying for federal tax-exempt status.

Two other groups that offer historical information about Ebbetts Pass and the Highway 4 corridor are the Ebbetts Pass Historical Association in Bear Valley and the Alpine County Museum and Historical Society in Markleeville.

Wikipedia also has some historical information on Ebbetts Pass.

If you have information or references please add them throught the comments link below, or register and post up an article in the High Sierra History and Monuments forum, of which this page is part.


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