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Skidoo Mine, Park Route 38 (Skidoo Road), Death Valley Junction, Inyo County, CA

Skidoo Mine, Park Route 38 (Skidoo Road), Death Valley Junction, Inyo County, CA



Significance: The Skidoo Mine is associated with the operations of the Skidoo Mine Company, Death Valley's most successful gold mine. Although the mill shows structural deterioration, the mill is otherwise a well-preserved example of the California Gold Mill, an ore processing system once employed ubiquitously throughout Western gold fields during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N970
Survey number: HAER CA-290
Building/structure dates: 1907-1908 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 74000349



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
California State Parks
Lockett, Dana, field team
Streeter, Arin, field team
Fletcher, Cristy, field team
Hung, Nancy, field team
Yu, Johnny, field team
O'Connor, Richard, project manager
California State Parks, sponsor
O'Connell, Kristen, transmitter
White, Paul J., historian
Archimede, Gianfranco, photographer




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