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Mojave River Valley Museum
North Mojave Desert
The Panamint Valley is a north-south, 65 mile long and 10 mile wide basin formed between the Argus and Slate ranges along the west, and the Panamint Range on the eastern side.
DarwinThe town took its name from Dr. Darwin French who explored the area in 1860 ...
Darwin FallsThe year-round falls provide a water source for plants and wildlife.
Ballarat Ghost TownFrom 1897 to 1917 Ballarat served as a supply and recreation center for ...
Ballarat CemeteryThe grave of 'Seldom Seen Slim' is the most prominent with several ...
Post Office SpringFrom early on, bandits, outlaws and rustlers came to the Panamint Mountains to hideout from ...
Padre Crowley PointThis scenic point provides panoramic views of the northern end of the Panamint valley in Death Valley ...
Death Valley National ParkAttractions and points of interest in the Death Valley portion of the valley
Highway 190Points of interest along the Death Valley Scenic Byway from Olancha to Death Valley Junction
Darwin FallsNamed after Dr. Darwin French who explored the area in search of the Lost Gunsight Mine. Although named ...
Coso RangeFrom high points within the wilderness, most notably Joshua Flat, one can obtain outstanding views of ...
Panamint CityA history of mining in Panamint City
Lost GunsightThe Lost Gunsight Mine became a legend at a very early stage and its location probably would have been cruelly disappointing ...
Lookout MountainTwo years after the discovery of Panamint, on April 22, 1875, rich silver-lead deposits were discovered on ...
Darwin... in late October or November, 1874, supposedly by a wandering prospector trying to find a lost mule. ...
BallaratCharles Anthony and John Lampier located the Panamint Valley Mine on July 27, 1893. This mine, also known as the ...
Panamint ValleyThis subsection is the alluvial plain of Panamint Valley, between the Argus and Panamint Ranges. ...
Searles Valley - Owlshead Mountains... southern ends of the Argus and Panamint Ranges, Searles Valley, Long Valley, and the southern end of Panamint Valley. ...
Southeastern Great Basin
Coso - Argus RangesThis subsection is between the Owens Valley and Panamint Valley. It includes ...
Panamint RangeThis subsection comprises the Panamint Mountains, which are between Panamint Valley and Death Valley. It has ...
Saline Valley - Cottonwood MountainsThis subsection is between the Inyo Mountains and Death Valley. It includes the Last Chance Range, Saline Range, Cottonwood ...
Looking north into Panamint Valley
Panamint dry lake in extremely wet conditions
Looking south into Panamint Valley
The last Pluvial Highstand (Late Wisconsin, Tioga Age) in Panamint Valley, Southeast California
Late Cenozoic geology and lacustrine history of Searles Valley, Inyo and San Bernardino Counties, California
Age and Elevations of High-Level OIS2 Pluvial Lake Manly Shorelines, Northern and Central Death Valley: Implications for Lacustrine Sequence Stratigraphy in Southern Death Valley and the OIS6 Pluvial Lake Level
Late Pleistocene Slip Rates Along the Panamint Valley Fault Zone, Eastern California
Cosmogenic Chlorine-36 Dating of Shoreline Deposits in Panamint Valley, CA
Evidence for Quaternary Slip on a Low Angle Normal Fault: Searles Valley, CA
Estimate of Plio-Pleistocene Dip-Slip Rates Using Offset Flood Basalts in the Northern Panamint Range and Darwin Plateau, California