Series: Tales of the Mojave Road

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Carleton's Pah-Ute Campaign (Tales of the Mojave Road #1) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 1
The Battle at Camp Cady (Tales of the Mojave Road #2) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 2
Camp Rock Spring, California by Dennis G CasebierNumber 3
Fort Pah-Ute, California (Tales of the Mojave Road ; no. 4) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 4
The Mojave Road by Dennis G CasebierNumber 5
Camp Beal's Springs and the Hualapai Indians (Tales of the Mojave Road #7) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 7
Reopening the Mojave Road: A Personal Narrative (Tales of the Mojave Road #8) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 8
Mojave Road guide (Tales of the Mojave Road) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 11
Searchlight Remembered by Arda M. HaenszelNumber 13
Guide to the East Mojave Heritage Trail: Needles to Ivanpah (Tales of the Mojave Road ; No. 12) by Dennis G CasebierNumber 14
East Mojave Diary by Bob AusmusNumber 16
Early days at Hart: Being the reminiscences of John Sherwood Snorf (Tales of the Mojave Road) by John Sherwood SnorfNumber 18
Early Days at Hart: Being the Reminiscences of John Sherwood Snorf (Tales of the Mojave Road) by John Sherwood SnorfNumber 18
Flat tires & coffee fires: Being tales from the 7IL ranch (Tales of the Mojave Road) by Betty Pettit PapierskiNumber 20
Goffs & its schoolhouse : the historic cultural center of the East Mojave desert by Dennis G CasebierNumber 21
Mojave Road guide : an adventure through time by Dennis G CasebierNumber 22
Keepers of the Caves: A True Account of Twenty Years of Modern Pioneering (Tales of the Mojave Road #23) by Jack MitchellNumber 23
Maruba (Tales of the Mojave Road) by Maud Morrow SharpNumber 24
Good Samaritans of Death Valley: Lou Wescott Beck and Rufus (Tales of the Mojave Road #25) by John MarnellNumber 25
Tales of the Mojave Road : The Military by Dennis G CasebierNumber 26

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