Eastern Mojave Vegetation BLM Route NN 580 (Cree Camp Road)  
 

Tom Schweich  

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• Halloran Springs Road:   at Cree Camp Road;  

Junction: Halloran Springs Road

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• Field Notes:  23-Apr-06;

Locations: Wander Mine.
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Wander Mine

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• Field Notes:  23-Apr-06;
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Literature Cited:
- Casebier, Dennis G., 1988.
- Mann, Bill, 1999.

Other articles:
• Field Notes:  23-Apr-06;  

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Well near Cree Camp.
Above Cree Camp there are two wells across the road from each other in a springy area. Mann (1999) refers to these wells as Hytens Well. However, the U. S. G. S. shows Hytens Well to be about a mile and a half to the northeast. The East Mojave Heritage Trail (Casebier, 1988, p. 182) passes between the two wells but makes no mention of their name.

Other articles:
• Field Notes:  23-Apr-06;
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• Field Notes:  23-Apr-06;
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Cree Camp

 
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Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Casebier, Dennis G. 1988. Guide to the East Mojave Heritage Trail: Ivanpah to Rocky Ridge. Tales of the Mojave Road Number Fourteen. Norco, California: Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Company, October 1988. {TAS}
  Mann, Bill. 1999. Guide to 50 Interesting and Mysterious Sites in the Mojave. Volume 2. Barstow, California: Shortfuse Publishing Co., 1998. {TAS}
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