ABOUT THE ARCHIVES
Our archives include many early ledgers and documents from Marysville, California and its surrounding areas in Yuba County. Our staff has been transcribing these documents since last fall and we are just in the beginning. Transcriptions are available here online and the original documents are stored in the Museum archives in Marysville, CA. Actual high-resolution scans of the documents transcribed are available as individual pages for a small fee: $2/per page for museum members, $5/per page for non-members.
Additionally, we hold most of the original marriage certificates issued in Yuba County from the late 1840s – 1920s. A full high-resolution scan of a particular marriage certificate is available for $2/members, $5/non-members.
Available documents currently include:
Yuba County issued marriage certificates from 1849 – 1929; please contact us with the groom’s name to see if we have a copy of the certificate in our archives.
Early store ledger (unknown store, but many local names listed on charge accounts) – note: this document is in the same book as the Mining Claims document listed below
Mining Claims from Mississippi Valley Mining District, Bridgeport Township, California – note: this document is in the same book as the Early Store Ledger document listed above
Marysville City Accounts – 1851 – 1854; Registry of Warrants – 1853-1854