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Paiute Meadows is a ranch located on the northeast arm of the Black Rock Desert.
Paiute Meadows is a ranch located on the northeast arm of the Black Rock Desert.


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>
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 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]] 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>
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Revision as of 17:15, 8 August 2022

Paiute Meadows is a ranch located on the northeast arm of the Black Rock Desert.

In the 1870s E. W. Crutcher owned Paiute or Piute Meadows.<ref name=silverstate1879>"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>"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, "The Last Indian Uprising In The United States," Winter, 1972, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.</ref>


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