George Mudd (1845-1898) was an early farmer in the Germantown, California (now Artois, California) area. This small collection
contains notes and clippings on the history of the Mudd and Mapes families, as well as family photographs including one of
the Caterpillar School in Stockton, California and several of the steam combine invented by George Stockton Berry and owned
by George Mudd.
In October 1870, George Mudd (1845-1898), settled "four miles east of Germantown, and eight miles north-west from Jacinto,"
California and established a ranch there. He married Mattie Mitchell on March 23, 1875 and they had four children.
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