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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rock_Range Wikipedia]
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rock_Range Wikipedia]
* [http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/f?p=gnispq:3:::NO::P3_FID:847155 GNIS], includes decision card stating that the name came from King, Gannett's list of mountain ranges page 54 and Rand & McNally Atlas.
** Variant Name: Black Rock Mountains: "McLane, Alvin R. 'Silent Cordilleras, The Mountain Ranges of Nevada' Reno: Camp Nevada Monograph Number 4, 1978, 118 pp. Descriptions of the mountain ranges of Nevada, including alternate names and history. p28"
** Variant Name: Chameleon Hills "McLane, Alvin R. 'Silent Cordilleras, The Mountain Ranges of Nevada' Reno: Camp Nevada Monograph Number 4, 1978, 118 pp. Descriptions of the mountain ranges of Nevada, including alternate names and history. p28"
** Variant Name: Harlequin Hills: USGS Disaster Sheet 1893


* [http://www.nevadawilderness.org/northwest/blackrock-north.htm Friends of Nevada Wilderness North Black Rock Range Wilderness]
* [http://www.nevadawilderness.org/northwest/blackrock-north.htm Friends of Nevada Wilderness North Black Rock Range Wilderness]

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The Black Rock Range is a range of mountains that runs roughly north-south. At the south end is Black Rock Point.

See Also

External Resources

  • GNIS, includes decision card stating that the name came from King, Gannett's list of mountain ranges page 54 and Rand & McNally Atlas.
    • Variant Name: Black Rock Mountains: "McLane, Alvin R. 'Silent Cordilleras, The Mountain Ranges of Nevada' Reno: Camp Nevada Monograph Number 4, 1978, 118 pp. Descriptions of the mountain ranges of Nevada, including alternate names and history. p28"
    • Variant Name: Chameleon Hills "McLane, Alvin R. 'Silent Cordilleras, The Mountain Ranges of Nevada' Reno: Camp Nevada Monograph Number 4, 1978, 118 pp. Descriptions of the mountain ranges of Nevada, including alternate names and history. p28"
    • Variant Name: Harlequin Hills: USGS Disaster Sheet 1893