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Pine Valley, Littlefield, Mohave County, AZ

Pine Valley, Littlefield, Mohave County, AZ

 
 
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Significance: Pine Valley is one of seven line camps used by Jonathan Deyo Waring and his ranch hands to manage the Home Ranch grazing allotment, now known as Waring Ranch, a large cattle-grazing operation on a remote plateau north of the Grand Canyon in the Arizona Strip. Waring assembled the ranch between about 1925 and 1953 and operated it with the assistance of foremen and hired cowhands into the late 1960s. Pine Valley comprises a cabin, a corral, fence lines, and two stock tanks along the line of a natural drainage.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N36
Survey number: HALS AZ-3-B
Building/structure dates: ca. 1925- ca. 1953 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 84000781

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Contributors

Historic American Landscapes Survey, creator
Waring, Jonathan Deyo
Shanley, William
Pemberton, George Howard
Nutter, Preston
Weston, George L
Johnson, Ed
National Park Service
Bradybaugh, Jeff, sponsor
Stevens , Christopher, project manager
Kidd, Anne E, field team
Matsvo, Alexander, field team
Lawrence, R Benjamin, field team
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, sponsor
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Location

Littlefield36.90230, -113.93850
Google Map of 36.9022995, -113.9385041
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