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To John Adams from William A. Caruthers, 28 July 1798
Searles thought quickly. He had not as yet located his monuments nor filed a notice. He pointed down the valley. The fellow went on his way and before he was out of sight, Searles was staking out the marsh and with one of the most colorful of Death Valley characters, Salty Bill Parkinson, began operations in Read More Community Reviews 4. This is a Death Valley classic but it lacks the photos that show the characters you are reading about.
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