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PAH UTE SPRING  
   

PAH UTE SPRING

This is the camel fort that Bishop built at Pah Ute Spring. He buried provisions inside the enclosure for use by Beale, but Hoffman's men stole those provisions. Hoffman harbored a deep personal animosity toward Beale for some reason. A rock inscribed with Bishop's name was found at this site in the 1930s that is now part of the collection at the museum in Barstow.
Hysterical Journey To Historic Places

February 11th 2016
BEALE’S CROSSING line-height: 115%!;(MISSING)">A fellow in the Quartermaster Corps named Major George Crossman came up with the notion of using camels for military transportation during the Seminole War in Florida during the 1830s. Camels could travel a long way without water; they could carry much more weight than a mule, and would eat anything a goat would eat and several things that no ... read more
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American Flag Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
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