Jeremiah H. Woods was a born promoter.
Just three years after settling on the fertile banks of the Mokelumne River in August 1852, the intense pioneer from Missouri was already a man of influence. He built a ferryboat and managed to get the new county government to designate the road leading to his ferry crossing as a major public route connecting Stockton and Sacramento. This road is still known today as Lower Sacramento Road.
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