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  •   Our favorite archaeologist, Dr. Allan Garfinkel Gold returns to the program this week, to discuss his research on the Newberry Cave. The Newberry Cave contains dozens of pictographs (Native American paintings), which have been dated to 3-4 thousand years old. Several other unique items have been found in the cave, providing a glimpse at early life on this continent. Dr. Garfinkel’s work is world-renowned. He is best known for his work with the Coso Style “rock art” in the Coso Mountain Range of California. His theories are well documented in academic papers, his books – “Handbook of the Kawaiisu” […]

    Death Valley Jim Radio Program – “Newberry Cave” w/Dr. Alan Garfinkel Gold

      Our favorite archaeologist, Dr. Allan Garfinkel Gold returns to the program this week, to discuss his research on the Newberry Cave. The Newberry Cave contains dozens of pictographs (Native American paintings), which have been dated to 3-4 thousand years old. Several other unique items have been found in the cave, providing a glimpse at early life on this continent. Dr. Garfinkel’s work is world-renowned. He is best known for his work with the Coso Style “rock art” in the Coso Mountain Range of California. His theories are well documented in academic papers, his books – “Handbook of the Kawaiisu” […]

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  •   Dennis Casebier, the father of today’s incarnation of The Mojave Road shares the early to modern history of the historic route across the Eastern Mojave Desert. A route that was once utilized as a Native American trade route, turned wagon road in the late 1800s. The road at one time was practically forgot before Casebier decided to retrace its lonesome path. Casebier, is the author of the all inclusive guide, “The Mojave Road: An Adventure Through Time“.  He is also the president of the Mojave Desert Heritage and Cultural Association. STREAM OR DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM IN MP3 FORMAT: Podcast: […]

    Death Valley Jim Radio Program – “The Mojave Road” w/Dennis Casebier

      Dennis Casebier, the father of today’s incarnation of The Mojave Road shares the early to modern history of the historic route across the Eastern Mojave Desert. A route that was once utilized as a Native American trade route, turned wagon road in the late 1800s. The road at one time was practically forgot before Casebier decided to retrace its lonesome path. Casebier, is the author of the all inclusive guide, “The Mojave Road: An Adventure Through Time“.  He is also the president of the Mojave Desert Heritage and Cultural Association. STREAM OR DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM IN MP3 FORMAT: Podcast: […]

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  •   Bill Gann, author of “Last Chance Canyon: Stories Along the Spirit Path” joins us – as we discuss El Paso Mountain and Bickel Camp stories. Bill spent the better part of 30-years visiting and documenting the amazing lives of people like respected depression era miner Walt Bickel, to the unsavory outlaws that called the mountain range home in the 1950s-1980s. These are their stories, and a fascinating glimpse into the lives of true old-school “desert rats”! *NOTE – There are some audio issues in the first half of the program.   STREAM OR DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM IN MP3 FORMAT: […]

    Death Valley Jim Radio Program – “El Paso Mountain Stories” w/Bill Gann

      Bill Gann, author of “Last Chance Canyon: Stories Along the Spirit Path” joins us – as we discuss El Paso Mountain and Bickel Camp stories. Bill spent the better part of 30-years visiting and documenting the amazing lives of people like respected depression era miner Walt Bickel, to the unsavory outlaws that called the mountain range home in the 1950s-1980s. These are their stories, and a fascinating glimpse into the lives of true old-school “desert rats”! *NOTE – There are some audio issues in the first half of the program.   STREAM OR DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM IN MP3 FORMAT: […]

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