Eastern Mojave Vegetation Essex Road  
 

Tom Schweich  

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- Mitchell, Jack, 1964.
- Mitchell, Jack, 2003.

Locations: Mitchell Caverns.  

Providence Mountains State Park

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Mitchell Caverns headquarters at the end of Essex Road.
Mitchell Caverns headquarters. The white splotches are indeed snow flakes. Photograph taken in April 1980.

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Snow at the visitor center of Mitchell Caverns in December 2008.

Other articles: 7IL Ranch Rd 50000
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Junction: 7IL Ranch Road

The 7IL Ranch Road is the preferred road for Bonanza King Canyon, and the Bonanza King Mine. This photograph shows the remains of the mill at the Bonanza King Mine, as it appeared in 1981.

Other articles: Black Canyon Road at Essex Road  

Junction: Black Canyon Road, turn right (northeast) for Hole-In-The-Wall, Black Canyon, and Round Valley.

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View of Providence Mountains after a snow storm; photo be Phil Woodall, 19 December 2008.

Full Size ImageDesert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizi) along Essex Road.  
Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizi) along Essex Road.
  The Blind Hills are the small hills to the east of Essex Road.
  Junction: Hidden Hills Road

Other articles: U. S. Interstate 40 at Essex Road  

Junction: U. S. Interstate 40

 

 

Other articles: U. S. Highway 66 at Essex

Locations: Essex.  

Essex

 

 

 

   

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  [Null Author]. . County of San Bernardino vs. U. S. Department of Interior. {TAS-pdf}
  Mitchell, Jack. 1964. Jack Mitchell: Caveman. Torrance, California: Ida Mitchell, Cynthia Timberlake, Alberta Bailey, 1964. {TAS}
  Mitchell, Jack. 2003. Keepers of the Caves: A true account of twenty years of moderm pioneering. Tales of the Mojave Road, Number 23. Goffs California: Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Company, October 2003. {TAS} Keepers of the Caves is an updated and expanded reprinting of Jack Mitchell, Caveman, released by the Mojave Desert Heritage & Cultural Association, at Goffs, California.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 11/24/2017 11:05:16 AM