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* [http://www.wplives.com/accident_reports/1954_sano_nv.html 1954 Head on collision at Sano kills 1]
* [http://www.wplives.com/accident_reports/1954_sano_nv.html 1954 Head on collision at Sano kills 1]
* Joseph V. Tingley, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=LxpeTDkrYQMC&lpg=PA3&ots=kLMq5xm1Uh&dq=sano%20cottonwood&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q=sano%20cottonwood&f=false R043: Mineral resources of the Kumiva Peak 30" by 60" quadrangle]],"  Description of the Sano mine, developed in the 1920's.
* Joseph V. Tingley, "[http://books.google.com/books?id=LxpeTDkrYQMC&lpg=PA3&ots=kLMq5xm1Uh&dq=sano%20cottonwood&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q=sano%20cottonwood&f=false R043: Mineral resources of the Kumiva Peak 30" by 60" quadrangle]],"  Description of the Sano mine, developed in the 1920's.
== See Also ==
* [[Sano Consolidated Mine]]


[[Category:Deaths by accident]]
[[Category:Deaths by accident]]
[[Category:Railroad sidings]]
[[Category:Railroad sidings]]
[[Category:Smoke Creek Desert]]
[[Category:Smoke Creek Desert]]

Revision as of 05:37, 15 May 2016

Sano is a Railroad siding on the Smoke Creek Desert. Nearby is the Cottonwood Mining District.

Carlson suggests that Sano is named either after Sano de Pietro, a 15th century Italian painter, or after nearby Sand Pass[1].

WPRR 1910 Timetable showing Sano

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