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Stonehouse Canyon is located in the Seven Troughs Range. Note that Stone House, Nevada is elsewhere.
The canyon is named for a stone house built ca. 1872.
- "The Mining Investor," Volumes 50-51, p. 226, 1908. Photos of the Kindergarten mine, Seven Troughs and Mazuma.
- Alternate: Stone House Canyon, Citation: "Shamberger, Hugh A. 'Seven Troughs' Carson City, Nevada: Nevada Historical Press, Historic Mining Camps of Nevada No. 3, 1972, 57 pp. Describes the historic mining camps of Nevada, their mines, mills, camps, and other geographic places, with maps and illustrations. 24"
- H.F. Bonham, Jr., L.J. Garside, R.B. Jones, K.G. Papke, J.Quade, and J.V. Tingle, "OF1985-03: A mineral inventory of the Paradise-Denio -- and Sonoma-Gerlach Resource Areas, Winnemucca District, Nevada," p. 41, 1985. Description of Stonehouse Canyon.
- Sam P. Davis, "The history of Nevada (Volume 2)," p. 903-904, 1913. See Farrell for text.