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Photographic Views of the Mojave Route, El Dorado Canyon and Fort Mojave, 1863
BANC PIC 1905.16894- -A  
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Group 1


:2 Quartermaster's department at New San Pedro


:3 San Bernadino Valley and San Bernadino Mt.


:4 House of Woosencroft (i.e., Wozencraft), formerly Mormon Elder Lyman's for himself and 5 wives, San Bernadino


:5 Martin's. 12 mi [miles] from San Bernadino


:6 Cajon Pass Tollgate


:7 Lanes, on first crossing of Mojave


:8 Point Rock, in 1863 the last habitation on the route


:9 Sugar Loaf


:10 Forks of the roads


:11 Camp Cady


Group 2


:12 Mojave River above the caves


:13 Warm Soda Springs (Soda Lake)


:14 Marl Spring


:15 Cedar Spring Canyon (Providence Mts.)


:16 Rock Spring


Upper Camp Eldorado Canyon :18:19


San Juan Camp, Eldorado Canyon :20A:20B


:21 John Moss and Piute Chief Tercherrum


:22 Mojave Piutes (Asper-ka-miah (t?) or Eagles ?)


Group 3


:23 Cactus, Eldorado Canyon


:24 Yucca tree at Cedar Spring Canyon


:25 Cactus and small Yucca at Rock Spring


:26 Shojas (cholla?) and plants of Eldorado Canyon


Tetchatticup Tunnel from the west :27A:27B


:28 Tetchatticup Tunnel from the northwest


:29 Pilot Mt., Eldorado Canyon


:30 Below San Juan Cabin, Eldorado Canyon


:31 Eldorado Canyon from San Juan Camp, downwards


:32 Parts of Shojas and other plants


Group 4


:34 Rock Springs from Upper Hold (March 6, 63?) [1863]


:35 Phila [Philadelphia] Company at Rock Springs


:36 Macedonia Mts. and plains from Rock Springs


:37 Colorado River at Fort Mojave


:38 Capt [Captain] Atchison, his orderly and clerk in the rear of his dwelling, Ft. [Fort] Mojave


:39 Dr. [doctor] Stark and Indians, Fort Mojave


:40 Indians and soldiers


:41 Group of Indian chiefs and others, Fort Mojave


:42 Carpenter shop, Fort Mojave


:43 Indian girl (Topsy and captain's cook), Fort Mojave