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Cemeteries & Graveyards
Cerro Gordo Cemetery - Cerro Gordo Ghost Town - North Mojave
Chloride Cemetery - Chloride, AZ - East Mojave
Johannesburg Cemetery - Randsburg - North Mojave
Graveyard just over the saddle from Randsburg.
Shoshone Cemetery - Shoshone - North Mojave
Dusty graves line hillside in Dublin Gulch near Shoshone.
Boron Cemetery - Boron - West Mojave
Small graveyard near railroad.
Searchlight Cemetery - Searchlight, NV - East Mojave
Keeler Cemetery - Owens Valley - North Mojave
Not far from town, at the base of a mountain.
Oro Grande Cemetery - Victor Valley - West Mojave
In the wide opening of the Mojave River in the small town of Oro Grande, this cemetery sits nearly forgotten.
Daggett Pioneer Cemetery - Barstow - West Mojave
Pioneers R.I.P. in the desert sun.
Bagdad Cemetery - Route 66 - East Mojave
All that remains of a once a busy little community.
Ludlow Cemetery - Ludlow - East Mojave
Numerous markers scattered and worn invoke memories of times gone by
Calico Cemetery - Barstow - West Mojave
Sparse remains near tourist attraction
Ballarat Cemetery - Panamint Valley - Death Valley - North Mojave
Final resting place of 'Seldom Seen' Slim.
What histories of tragic struggle with fortune and of defeat there are written in California! How many young men, for whom still fond hearts of sisters or mothers beat lovingly in vain, have fought the battle of life here unsuccesfully, and have died, as men know how to die, in solitude without a murmur or a groan.
-- Charles Loring Brace
The New West, 1869