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Paiute Meadows<ref>{{GNISL|847197|Paiute Meadows}}</ref> was once owned by [[Miller and Lux]].<ref name=Mack>"The Indian Massacre of 1911", Mack, Effie Mona, p. 42, 1968.</ref><ref>"[http://epubs.nsla.nv.gov/statepubs/epubs/210777-1972-4Winter.pdf The Last Indian Uprising in the United States]," Frank Vernon Perry, Nevada Historical Society, Winter 1972.</ref>
Paiute Meadows is a ranch located on the northeast arm of the Black Rock Desert, south of [[Battle Creek Ranch]].
 
In the 1870s E. W. Crutcher owned Paiute or Piute Meadows.<ref name=silverstate1879>"[https://newspaperarchive.com/other-articles-clipping-jun-16-1879-3363281/ Struggle with a Lunatic]," Silver State, Winnemucca, June 16, 1879, p. 6.</ref>  Elliot Waller Crutcher's wife's name was Sarah Elizabeth.<ref name=woodland1920>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/107203036/mr-mrs-elliot-crutcher-to-observe-61st/ Mr., Mrs. Elliot Crutcher to observe 61st Wedding Anniversary Here]," Woodland Daily Democrat, Woodland, California, August 12, 1920, p. 1.</ref>
 
In 1879, a Chinese man was killed in a case of justifiable homicide at Paiute Meadows.<ref name=silverstate1879/>
 
In the 1880s, Crutcher sold his cattle business to Miller and Lux for $245,000.<ref name=woodland1920/>
 
[[Miller and Lux]] owned Paiute Meadows in 1911.<ref name=Mack>"The Indian Massacre of 1911", Mack, Effie Mona, p. 42, 1968.</ref><ref name=Perry>Frank Vernon Perry, "[http://nsla.nevadaculture.org/statepubs/epubs/210777-1972-4Winter.pdf The Last Indian Uprising In The United States]," Winter, 1972, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.</ref>
 
Miller and Lux sold Paiute Meadows, Battle Creek and Bartlett Creek in 1926 to W.A. Johnstone and son, Sam Johnstone, who in turn sold to Porter in 1945.<ref>"[https://www.newspapers.com/clip/107230814/johnson-ranches-sold-at-humboldt/ Johnson Ranches sold at Humboldt],"    Reno Gazette-Journal January 15, 1945, p. 6</ref>


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Latest revision as of 02:57, 9 August 2022

Paiute Meadows is a ranch located on the northeast arm of the Black Rock Desert, south of Battle Creek Ranch.

In the 1870s E. W. Crutcher owned Paiute or Piute Meadows.[1] Elliot Waller Crutcher's wife's name was Sarah Elizabeth.[2]

In 1879, a Chinese man was killed in a case of justifiable homicide at Paiute Meadows.[1]

In the 1880s, Crutcher sold his cattle business to Miller and Lux for $245,000.[2]

Miller and Lux owned Paiute Meadows in 1911.[3][4]

Miller and Lux sold Paiute Meadows, Battle Creek and Bartlett Creek in 1926 to W.A. Johnstone and son, Sam Johnstone, who in turn sold to Porter in 1945.[5]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Struggle with a Lunatic," Silver State, Winnemucca, June 16, 1879, p. 6.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Mr., Mrs. Elliot Crutcher to observe 61st Wedding Anniversary Here," Woodland Daily Democrat, Woodland, California, August 12, 1920, p. 1.
  3. "The Indian Massacre of 1911", Mack, Effie Mona, p. 42, 1968.
  4. Frank Vernon Perry, "The Last Indian Uprising In The United States," Winter, 1972, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.
  5. "Johnson Ranches sold at Humboldt," Reno Gazette-Journal January 15, 1945, p. 6