NPS ruining remote DV spots ?


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Posted by Biggest Violator Revealed on January 20, 2004 at 21:44:10:

In Reply to: Web ruining remote DV spots ? posted by Zombie on January 19, 2004 at 13:55:25:

Let's give credit (or blame) where it is due. The most concise history and guide to remote mining camps and cabins in DVNP turns out to be the NPS itself. The link takes you to the National Park Service's web-published 1979 study titled Death Valley - Historic Resource Study - A History Of Mining. No need for any other references, photos or maps - it's all here.....

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Editors Note: DeathValley.com has learned that the NPS mistakenly and briefly posted the well-known paper, Historic Resource Study, A History of Mining by Greene & Latschar, to both their official Death Valley web site and their national cultural resources "Links to the Past" web site. The NPS has now removed the document from the internet, thereby rendering the above-mentioned link dead. If interested, one can find this study at major public libraries and other research institutions.


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