Eastern Mojave Vegetation Silver Canyon Road  
 

Tom Schweich  

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Other articles: White Mountain Road at Silver Cyn Rd  

Junction: White Mountain Road

Literature Cited:
- Coleman, Drew S., Stephanie Briggs, Allen F. Glazner, and C. J. Northrup, 2003.

Locations: Silver Canyon.  

About half way down Silver Canyon is the sample location of Coleman, et al. (2003). A deformed diorite dike yielded only four zircons that suggest an age of 162.5 Ma.

Literature Cited:
- Turner, George, 1967.

Other articles: Field Notes 17-Jul-05 at Laws

Locations: Laws.  

Laws Railroad Museum

Laws Railroad Museum
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The train at the Laws Railroad Museum.
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Front of the Laws Museum.
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Locomotive #9 at the Laws Museum
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Laws Depot
  Also at this intersection is California Historical Landmark No. 230

First Permanent White Habitation in Owens Valley

In August of 1861, A. Van Fleet and three other men drove their cattle into Owens Valley and prepared to stay. A cabin of sod and stone was built at the big bend of the Owens River at the northern end of the valley.

Other articles: U. S. Highway 6 at Silver Canyon Road  

Junction: US Highway 6
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Coleman, Drew S., Stephanie Briggs, Allen F. Glazner, and C. J. Northrup. 2003. Timing of plutonism and deformation in the White Mountains of eastern California. GSA Bulletin. 115(1):48-57. {TAS-pdf}
  Turner, George. 1967. Slim Rails Through The Sand. Los Angeles, CA: Trans-Anglo Books, 1967. {TAS}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/17/2017 2:06:46 PM