Lassen Loomis Chapter 1914 E Clampus Vitus
Monday, March 10, 2014 at 9:03PM
Jo Giessner

The Chapter takes its name from Peter Lassen and Benjamin Franklin Loomis both associated with Lassen Peak, and from the year 1914, the beginning of the volcanic eruptions of Lassen Peak. The territory for the Chapter stretches from the northern and eastern borders of Shasta County down the east side of I-5 to the southern and eastern borders of Tehama County. Lassen Loomis Chapter 1914 received its full Chapter status from Trinitarianus Chapter 62 on 1 May 2004.

Lassen Loomis 1914 has established historical plaques at Hat Creek Station, Old Station; Tehama Jail, Tehama City; Forward Brothers' Sawmill, Manton; The Tehama Railroad Bridge, Tehama; Noble Emigrant Trail, Shingletown; Old Station Post Office, Old Station; Klub Klondike, Lakehead; Miners Inn (Liersch House), Corning; The Hotel Maywood, Corning; Inwood School, Shingletown; Moore's Blacksmith Shop, Red Bluff; Viola Lumber Company, Shingletown; and other sites not currently in the brochure.

For more information:  ECV Lassen-Loomis 1914, P O Box 592, Manton, CA 96059

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