View Cart ($0)

Please note: there will be nonrefundable service fee of $100 on top of the bill.

In addition, please take a look at the rates for the closest to the selected date days
(including or special price)

(click on desired rate for reservation)

Moving On April 30th from 3 bedroom in Hollywood

.

Moving From

Moving To

Customer Information

Please Review The Move Information

Moving From
Moving To
Additional Pick-up Address
Additional Drop-off Address
Customer Information

Selected Date and Time
Move Size 3 bedroom
Selected Rate
Total Distance miles.

Just few more questions

We require a $50 deposit.

Your card will be charged:
Deposit (goes toward your final bill): $50
Total: $50
Go Back Submit Reservation

Congratulations! All is well! Your reservation was submited successfully. The confirmation email was sent to your email for your referrence.

Why do people choose ABC Movers as their #1 moving services provider in Julian?

Julian is a census-designated place (CDP) in San Diego County, California, in the United States. As of the2010 census, the population was 1,502.

History
After the American Civil War, in 1869, A.E. "Fred" Coleman, a former slave, was crossing over what is now known as Coleman Creek, just west of Julian. Seeing a glint of gold in the stream bed, he climbed down from his horse to investigate. Having had previous experience in the gold fields, he retrieved his frying pan and began panning the sands of the creek. Soon thereafter Coleman established the Coleman Mining District and was its recorder and also began the mining camp called Emily City later renamed Coleman City. Learning of the find, others rushed to the district and tried to trace the gold to its source. On February 22, 1870, the first "lode", or hard rock, mining claim was filed in the Julian area. Since February 22 was President George Washington's birthday, the mine was named the Washington mine. Soon hundreds of anxious men and families were rushing to Julian to stake their claims. Julian experienced a gold rush and became a tent city overnight. In April 1870, the area's first saw mill was set up and Julian began to take on a more permanent structure. Attempts to build rival mining towns at Coleman City, Branson City andEastwood were defeated. Owners of the Cuyamaca rancho Land Grant claimed (the Cuyamaca Land Float) Julian and its mines were within the Rancho boundaries. In 1873, the courts ruled that the Rancho did not include Julian and the mines.

 

Rated 5 stars, based on 17 review(s)

Submit your review