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(Ownership of Deep Hole and Granite Creek.)
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Louis Dean bought out the Ward Brothers in 1884.<ref name=nsj1913>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/107188759/recall-tales-of-louis-dean/ Recall Tales of Louis Dean]," Nevada State Journal, April 2, 1913, p. 3.</ref>
Louis Dean, [[Louis Gerlach]] and Henry Flak bought the Ward Brother's Cattle Outfit in 1884. The purchase included water rights from [[Pyramid Lake]] to the Oregon border.<ref>"Passing of Last Pony Expressman." (Obituary of [[Louis Dean]]), San Francisco Chronicle, March 30, 1913, p. 28.</ref> 
<ref name=nsj1913>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/107188759/recall-tales-of-louis-dean/ Recall Tales of Louis Dean]," Nevada State Journal, April 2, 1913, p. 3.</ref>


In 1889, Dean owned [[Deep Hole]] and [[Granite Creek Station]].<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/77065180/died-on-the-desert/ Died on the Desert]," The Weekly Gazette And Stockman, Reno, August 8, 1889, p. 1.</ref>
In 1889, Dean owned [[Deep Hole]] and [[Granite Creek Station]].<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/77065180/died-on-the-desert/ Died on the Desert]," The Weekly Gazette And Stockman, Reno, August 8, 1889, p. 1.</ref>


Dean died in San Francisco of Bright's Disease in 1913.<ref name=nsj1913/>
Dean died in San Francisco of Bright's Disease in 1913.<ref name=nsj1913/>
Louis Dean was not the last Pony Expressman.<ref>"[http://books.google.com/books?id=vkhIaLf3VsgC&pg=PT230&lpg=PT230&dq=%22Louis+Dean%22+nevada+pony+express&source=bl&ots=gBPjp5m1MI&sig=lNQPd0Jihb_KKfHR8LCtHPZjfaE&hl=en&sa=X&ei=zcCXUa_rI8mrigKgnIGYBQ&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAA Orphans Preferred: The Twisted Truth and Lasting Legend of the Pony Express]," Christopher Corbett.</ref>


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Revision as of 12:32, 8 August 2022

Louis Dean, Louis Gerlach and Henry Flak bought the Ward Brother's Cattle Outfit in 1884. The purchase included water rights from Pyramid Lake to the Oregon border.<ref>"Passing of Last Pony Expressman." (Obituary of Louis Dean), San Francisco Chronicle, March 30, 1913, p. 28.</ref> <ref name=nsj1913>"Recall Tales of Louis Dean," Nevada State Journal, April 2, 1913, p. 3.</ref>

In 1889, Dean owned Deep Hole and Granite Creek Station.<ref>"Died on the Desert," The Weekly Gazette And Stockman, Reno, August 8, 1889, p. 1.</ref>

Dean died in San Francisco of Bright's Disease in 1913.<ref name=nsj1913/>

Louis Dean was not the last Pony Expressman.<ref>"Orphans Preferred: The Twisted Truth and Lasting Legend of the Pony Express," Christopher Corbett.</ref>

References

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External resources

  • San Francisco Chronicle, "Death on the Desert" (from the Reno Journal), August 11, 1889, p. 12. Louis Dean reports the death of a L.H. Long from Roseburg, Oregon. Long died within two miles of Granite Station. "He had wandered back within site of the ranch - probably delirious, looking for water. The ground was torn and dug up in every direction."