Coarsegold belongs to the Madera County of California and is close to the Yosemite Forks. The population of Coarsegold is close to 2000, and a part of it is made up of the Picayune Rancheria tribe. Coarsegold was previously known as Texas Flat, as the land was discovered by miners who came looking for gold in 1849, all the way from Texas. Coarsegold was earlier nicknamed as Michaels, Coarse Gold and even Gold Gulch. It was known as Michaels after Charles Michael who was a merchant of the area. Coarsegold is now known as this name after the name ‘California Gold Rush’. The name was changed in 1899, after two more name changes.
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