Welcome to Linda Radcliffe from Magalia, as a new member of the Stirling City Historical Society! She also bought a tree from our Volunteers also.
Welcome to the home of Stirling City Historical Society's online resource! Our new website seeks to compile, connect and preserve the rich history of Stirling City. This is an ever-growing website with content continually being added.
Due to the current COVID-19 issues in California, the museum is currently closed. If you have a small group interested in seeing and experiencing the Museum, please call 873-0583.
For more information, call 873-1598
Or visit our Facebook page: Stirling City Historical Society
26, 27 May 2018 – The STIRLING CITY MUSEUM OPENING WEEKEND with a Bake Sale on Saturday from 11am to 4pm with a visit from Black Bart, the gentleman robber from the 1800’s, re-enacted by Lee Dummel, and Amy Morrison, one of the only female Stagecoach Drivers in Butte County from the late 1800’s, re-enacted by Mary Schaefer. The museum will be open on Sunday from noon to 4pm. Admission free. Donations graciously accepted. Info: 873-0583
"STAGECOACH" The history, design and construction of the historical stagecoach---the "Knights of the Whip" (stagecoach drivers) and guest appearances (re-enactments) of stagecoach drivers, "Amy Morrison," (one of only two known female drivers) and "Bull Meek." This presentation will be offered by Lee Dummel, Old West Historian and re-enactor. Sunday, 11 OCTOBER 2015 2PM at the Stirling City Community Hall ADMISSION FREE (Donations gratefully accepted but not required)