It's not that hard to find 10001 Main St on highway 49, an actual abandoned Crimea House of Old Chinese Camp Town right by the residential houses (174 population in 2019) in Tuolumne County, California.
The street where the First Bloody Tong War happened between Sam Yap and Yan Woo people, the street with eerie houses that will give you goosebumps when you walk in as people named it a Ghost Town.
Click to read more about the Tong War history here
Chinese Camp first known as Camp Washington or Washingtonville, is a mining gold rush town built by Chinese Immigrants from 1849-1882, not only do they worked as miners mining 2.5 million value of gold but they also worked in farms and ranches.
Most Chinese immigrants were driven out because of the Anti Chinese during that time, although they helped build roads and railroads.
All houses on the whole street of Chinese Camp is currently vacant and now being a historical landmark, you can just walk and explore around without entering the houses.
Wells Fargo Express Company as a delivery serviced to all miners.
This house was a witnessed when the Tong War broke out.
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church
The Church located at the Cemetery across the street of Chinese Camp, 6 minutes walk.
Post office located 1 block away from the main street, currently operated but the city just rent from local resident.
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