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* Phillip Earl, "[http://www.unr.edu/nwhp/bios/women/pearl.htm Women's Biographies Josephine (Josie) Reed Pearl]." (UNR).
* Phillip Earl, "[http://www.unr.edu/nwhp/bios/women/pearl.htm Women's Biographies Josephine (Josie) Reed Pearl]." (UNR).
* Alma Schulmerich, "Josie Pearl," 1963 Deseret Book Co.
* Alma Schulmerich, "Josie Pearl," 1963 Deseret Book Co.
** Schulmerich discusses that Pearl saw what could be a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_balloon  Japanese Fire Balloon]]
** Schulmerich discusses that Pearl saw what could be a [[Fire Balloons|Fire Balloon]].
*** "[http://books.google.com/books?id=Br3zsp8pvGYC&lpg=PA149&dq=japan%20fire%20balloons%20nevada&pg=PA149#v=onepage&q=japan%20fire%20balloons%20nevada&f=false The United States Air Force: A Chronology: A Chronology]," March 21, 1945, A plane shoots down a fire balloon over Reno.
 


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Revision as of 16:24, 17 March 2013

Josie Pearl was a prospector who lived near the Leonard Creek Ranch. Josie Pearl (b. Dec. 19, 1873, d. Dec. 29, 1962) was a prospector who lived for many years in the Black Rock Range.

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