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AHM Publications in Cultural Heritage: Investigations of the Carrizo Creek Stage Station

The Archaeology History and Museums Division of the California Department of Parks and Recreation presents Publications in Cultural Heritage, No. 29, titled  An Isolated Frontier Outpost: Historical and Archaeological Investigations of the Carrizo Creek Station. This volume is part of the recent renewal of the longstanding series featuring cultural resources related projects conducted within California State Parks. It presents a history of the Southern Overland Trail through Eastern San Diego County from the earliest Spanish and Mexican explorers through its establishment and use by Mexican traders, Mountain Men, conquering armies, Gold Rush immigrants, Civil War battalions and the stage coaches of the Overland Mail. Included is the site history and archaeology of Carrizo Creek, one of the most historically significant locations in the Colorado Desert.

A limited number of copies are available by contacting rfitzgerald@parks.ca.gov or by calling the AHM Division at 916-375-5900.

Investigations of the Carrizo Creek Station AHM Publication 29 graphic