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Visitors can walk down the deserted streets of a town that once had a population of nearly 10,000 people. Body (William Bodey), who had discovered small amounts of gold in hills north of Mono Lake. Built in the Monterey style in the 1840's, it was occupied by Miguel Leonis as early as the 1870's, one of the most colorful, influential and prominent figures of early Los Angeles.
In 1875, a mine cave-in revealed pay dirt, which led to purchase of the mine by the Standard Company in 1877. Also on the grounds is an barn built in 1912 as well as the Plummer House known as the "oldest house in Hollywood".
People flocked to Bodie and transformed it from a town of a few dozen to a boomtown. The Camarillo Ranch was originally a 10,000 acre Spanish land grant created in 1837, patented to Gabriel Ruiz in 1866, then purchased by Juan Camarillo in 1875.
Bodie State Historic Park is a genuine California gold-mining ghost town.
Later the barn and stables were added to support the agricultural work and house the renowned Camarillo White Horses.
Today the ranch is owned by the City of Camarillo and operated by the non profit Camarillo Ranch Foundation.
Annie Ellicott Kennedy Bidwell, the daughter of a socially prominent, high ranking Washington official, was deeply religious, and committed to a number of moral and social causes.
Annie was very active in the suffrage and prohibition movements.
Hidden in the green oasis of Grapevine Canyon in far northern Death Valley, the Death Valley Ranch, or Scotty's Castle as it is more commonly known, is a window into the life and times of the Roaring 20's and Depression 30's.