The charcoal kilns complex in Wildrose Canyon is among the more remarkable historical-architectural features of Death Valley National Park in California and Nevada. Photographs, maps, drawings and descriptive text. Presents the story of the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, the discovery and development of the Modoc and other mines of the Lookout District in the Argus Range, on the west side of Panamint Valley. Also, a section on how charcoal was made. 23p. (#29727)
Title: Wildrose Charcoal Kilns
Author: Robert J. Murphy
Condition: Used: Unmarked text. Price sticker shadow and some smudging on cover. Corner crease on cover. Good.
Binding: Booklet (Saddle Stitched).
Publisher: Death Valley Natural History Association, 1972.
Keywords: National Park, United States History, Great Basin, Mojave Desert, Desert, Argus Range, Mines