Eastern Mojave Vegetation Summit Spring Road - Mojave National Preserve  
 

Tom Schweich  

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Other articles: Globe Mine Road at Summit Spring Road  

Junction:
  • Globe Mine Road

 

 

Other articles: Field Notes 198404010

Locations: Summit Spring.
Full Size ImageRoland Gangloff at Summit Spring  

Summit Spring

Summit Spring is one of the more reliable springs in the Providence Mountains. It is, unfortunately, fouled by burros.

Other articles: Field Notes 198404010 Eastern Mojave Geology 162000
Full Size ImageJulie looks for trilobite fossils in the Latham Shale.
Full Size ImageScott, Linda, and Julie look for trilobite fossils in the Latham Shale.  

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Looking for trilobites in the Latham Shale
There is a nice exposure of Latham Shale between Summit Spring and the Providence Mine. The photograph at left shows Julie looking for trilobite fossils in the Latham Shale.

 

 

Other articles: Field Notes 198404010

Locations: Providence Mine.
Full Size ImageRoland, Scott, Jim, Julie and Gray in front of the powder house at the Providence Mine.  

Providence Mine and the Frisco Group

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Group in front of a powder magazine.
This group of mines comprises at least 6 claims in the Kelso Mining District. There are a number of shafts and tunnels 200-400 ft. deep. The mines have apparently been idle since 1926. The last known owner was P. Thibedeau of Kelso, CA. The photograph at left shows Roland, Scott, Jim, Julie and Gray in front of the powder house at the Providence Mine.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 2/14/2018 12:42:44 PM