About the Amador Sawmill & Mining Association
The Amador Sawmill and Mining Association
is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization consisting of a group of
enthusiastic volunteers dedicated to preserving the sawmill and
mining history of the Sierra Foothills. We currently operate the
historic Amador Sawmill and the
Pokerville Mine at the Amador County Fairgrounds in Plymouth,
California for the public to enjoy. We also operate a
Steam Yarding Donkey and a working Antique
Machine shop Display at the Kennedy Gold Mine near Jackson, CA. We restore and maintain the antique
engines, stamp mill, sawmill, and other machinery as working displays.
The sawmill cuts timber for other non-profit historic museums who are
in need of authentic period-sawn lumber for reconstruction purposes.
In addition, we have demonstrated our working steam logging donkey at
other venues such as the Arnold Logging Jamboree. Our latest
restoration project is a historic 1928 Fageol Truck.
Machinists, mechanics, engineers, steam enthusiasts, early gas engine, restoration buffs, mining and milling enthusiasts, and volunteers of all kinds are welcome and encouraged to join the ASMA. Contact us:
Mail: Amador Sawmill and Mining Assoc.
PO Box 1062
Plymouth, CA 95669
Interested in joining our group?
Have something you would like to donate?
Need old-time milled non-graded lumber to certain dimensions?
Contact us for more information!
Board of Directors of ASMA
The ASMA Board of Directors currently has seven members who meet on the first Saturday of every other month starting in January of each year. The meeting starts from 1 PM to 3 PM. Members and the public are welcome to attend. If you would like to attend the meeting, please contact ASMA ahead of time to confirm the place and time as this may vary.