The Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park Photographic Collection contains 1,327 cataloged images that date from 1848
through 2015. Images depict the property as a Gold Rush-era mining settlement, a Historic Landmark District, and a state park.
Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park contains roughly 576 acres of natural, cultural, and historical resources. Located
in El Dorado County, the park is situated in the Coloma Valley, transected by both California State Route 49 and the South
Fork of the American River, and encompasses the census-designated place of Coloma. The park is accessible by car via California
State Route 49 and Cold Springs and Mount Murphy roads.
Property rights reside with the repository. Copyrights are retained by the creators of the records. For permission to reproduce
or to publish, please contact the Head Curator of the California State Parks Photographic Archives.
Collection is open for research by appointment.