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Place Names of the Death Valley Region in California and Nevada

Todd Starr Palmer

Place Names of the Death Valley Region in California and Nevada

by Todd Starr Palmer

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Published by Sagebrush Pr .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8360713M
ISBN 100930704045
ISBN 109780930704049

  Death Valley National Park, Nevada. This is one of the most distinguished national parks in the United park is located within California and Nevada, along the Sierra Nevada mountain zone is where you will find the Mojave deserts and the Great Basin, which is one of the aridest landscape in the United States. Death Valley Nevada is home to a portion Death Valley National Park, which is one of the hottest and driest national parks in the United States. While most of Death Valley National Park is in California, a small area known as Devil's Hole is actually in Nevada.

Books set in Death Valley, California: [Silver Shadows, Salt to Summit: A Vagabond Journey from Death Valley to Mount Whitney, Red Light Women of De. The only clue would come 5 weeks later, when Whipkey’s abandoned vehicle was found by California fish and game officers in a remote, forbidding region of Death Valley, 15 miles away from the main road and miles from where he had begun his odd journey in Fort Ord. Whipkey’s dog tags, suitcase, and other personal belongings were found.

If you're looking for mountains, California has them. In fact, the Sierra Nevada Range, which straddles the border with Nevada, has the tallest peak in the continental United States. Mount Whitney, with an elevation of 14, feet (4, meters), is located less than miles from Death Valley, the . Sequoia and King's Canyon National Parks Sometimes referred to as the "Gateway to the Sequoias," our city lies within miles of the Sierra Nevadas, the tallest mountain range in the contiguous United States. Visalia is the closest major city to Sequoia and King's Canyon National Parks, home to the some of the largest vegetation on Earth: the Giant Sequoia trees.


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Place Names of the Death Valley Region in California and Nevada by Todd Starr Palmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Chronology of the Death Valley region in California,and place names of the Death Valley region in California and Nevada, an index of the events, persons, and publications connected with its history. [T S Palmer]. : Place Names of the Death Valley Region in California and Nevada (): Palmer, Todd Starr: BooksAuthor: Todd Starr Palmer.

The Amargosa Chaos is a series of geological formations located in the Black Mountains in southern Death the s, geologist Levi F. Noble studied the faulting and folding in the area, dubbing it the "Amargosa chaos" due to the extreme warping of the rock.

Later researchers discovered that the region had experienced substantial tension that pulled large blocks of crust apart. Death Valley National Park is an American national park that straddles the California–Nevada border, east of the Sierra park boundaries include Death Valley, the northern section of Panamint Valley, the southern section of Eureka Valley, and most of Saline park occupies an interface zone between the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts, protecting the northwest corner of Location: California and Nevada, United States.

Hiking California's Desert Parks, 2nd: A Guide to the Greatest Hiking Adventures in Anza-Borrego, Joshua Tree, Mojave, and Death Valley (Regional Hiking Series) Bill Cunningham out of 5 stars 6.

This page offers an alphabetical listing of place names throughout California. This is not a complete list of every last place name that has ever existed in California. It does include not only a sampling of the largest communities in the Golden State, but also a number of smaller towns.

The largest national park outside of Alaska, Death Valley is an almost unfathomable place. The park’s million acres/ million hectares encompass mountain-size sand dunes, below-sea-level salt flats, mysterious singing rocks, and colorful sandstone canyons.

Extremes are the norm: Death Valley is the hottest and driest place in America, with summer temperatures peaking above F°/ Hopper, S. "Geologic Section from the Sierra Nevada to Death Valley, California." Geologic Society of America, Bulletin 58 (), Johnson, B.K.

"Geology of a part of the Manly Peak Quadrangle, Southern Panamint Range, California.". The Best of Death Valley. With names of iconic locations like Badwater, Funeral Mountain, the Devil's Golf Course, and Death right in the name of the parkland, it's clear that this landscape on the California/Nevada state line was a torment to early visitors.

As well prepared travelers, the only torment for us was that we did not have more time to stay and explore it. Death Valley, structural depression primarily in Inyo county, southeastern California, U.S. It is the lowest, hottest, and driest portion of the North American continent.

Death Valley is about miles ( km) long, trends roughly north-south, and is from 5 to 15 miles (8 to 24 km) wide. Named features on maps of Death Valley National Park include the Funeral Mountains, Coffin Peak, Hell's Gate, Starvation Canyon and Dead Man Pass - this is clearly a place with a bad history, reflecting the troubles and misfortunes endured by the pioneers who first traversed, inhabited and mined the region during the end of the last century.

But despite the foreboding reputation, visitors. This anniversary edition concentrates on the origins of the names currently used for the cities, towns, settlements, mountains, and streams of California, with engrossing accounts of the history of their usage.

The dictionary includes a glossary and a bibliography. Research Resources: Research Resources. Lost mines and buried treasures of the West: bibliography and place names, from Kansas west to California, Oregon, Washington, and Mexico by Probert, Place names of the Death Valley region in California and Nevada by Palmer, T.

: Joy Holt. The portion of the Mojave Desert contained in Death Valley National Park is the Driest and hottest place in the United States. Near Badwater, in the long trench of the desert between the Panamint Range on the west and the Black Mountains on the east is the lowest dry.

Full text of "Guidebook: Death Valley Region, California and Nevada" See other formats. Barely two hours away, Las Vegas is the consummate gateway city to Death Valley National Park and its environs -- where the Mojave is at its most magnificent.

The first place to head for is Tecopa, Calif., located just southeast of the park. Arriving at Tecopa, follow the signs to China Ranch Date Farm. Pages in category "Valleys of California" The following pages are in this category, out of total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). ALLUVIAL FANS IN THE DEATH VALLEY REGION, CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA straight slopes for long distances; apparently the canyons above these fans carry larger floods than washes on other fans because the mountains reach up into a zone of higher precipita­ Cited by:   Most of Death Valley is in Inyo County, California and comprises most of Death Valley National Park.

Death Valley is significant to the United States geography because it is considered the lowest point in the contiguous U.S. at an elevation of feet ( m).Author: Amanda Briney.

Death Valley National Park, the hottest and driest national park in the United States, located in Death Valley, largely in southwestern California, though a small portion extends into Nevada’s Bullfrog Hills.

It is also the largest national park in the 48 conterminous U.S. states. Much of its northeastern border is the Nevada state line, and Inyo National Forest and the Inyo Mountains border. Even in North America’s hottest and driest place, which gets less than two inches of rain per year and bakes in blistering summer temperatures, life manages to find a way.

While Death Valley might be best known for its barren landscape, over animal species and 1, types of plants call the park home. With a sharp eye and some strategic planning, visitors can witness the animals who.Death Valley. Death Valley, with a brutal environment, has been the scene of many tales.

Located only 80 miles east of 14,foot high Mount Whitney, Death Valley, at a place called “Badwater,” holds title to the lowest spot in the Western Hemisphere— feet below sea level.Death Valley, the majestically desolate national park on the eastern edge of California, is a rain-shadow desert, meaning that nearby mountain ranges drain moisture from incoming weather systems.