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On the slopes to the south you can see the remains of the Silver Bell Mine, with its tipples still standing.
These ore bins held and fed rock to a stamp battery that crushed ore into a sandy-watery pulp and pushed it onto an amalgamation table w…
The Eisenhower Walk of Honor allows all of us to recall the debt of gratitude owed to ordinary people for extraordinary acts of patriotism and courage. Men and women doing their duty for their country, honorably and with integrity.
Wall of Honor
These Stars are Dedicated to the Veterans of Riverside County who were awarded the Medal of Honor by the President of the United States.
These Recipients performed with Valor and Heroism "Above and Beyond" the Call of Duty and …
Woman Pilot, Record Setter, WASP, Ninety-Nine
First Woman to Break the Sound Barrier
Charter Member of the Coachella Valley Chapter of Ninety-Nines
Jackie Cochran learned to fly in 1…
The Kausik Cahuilla are the owners of one of California's most famous hot springs. This natural resource provided them with permanent, palatable mineral waters which
were used for curing, drinking, and agriculture. It also was a direct access to …
The warm spring here was the site of Se-Khe (Boiling Water), important village of the Kawasic Cahuilla Indians. The Spanish called it Agua Caliente (Hot Water). A stage station of that name operated from 1862 to 1876. As early as 1871 the Indians …
In Deep Appreciation of
These Courageous Young Americans
From the Coachella Valley
Who Have Made the Supreme Sacrifice.
Killed In Action
P.F.C. Dennis Read — Army
Spl./4th Class, Edwarxd Angiano Escobar — …
The Coachella Valley's developing agricultural industry created a need for electric services. Substation were located next to cold storage houses, providing power to preserve the Valley's bountiful produce. In 1943, the Imperial Irrigation Distric…
Eisenhower Mountain towers 1,952 feet above Eldorado Country Club, the oldest residential country club in Indian Wells, and the desert home of President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower.
"Ike" and Mamie spent many winters beneath the peak, enjoyin…
This water trough was constructed on the Southern Pacific Railroad property along Cantaloup Avenue for watering teams of horses hauling cantaloupes and onions. It replaced a wooden trough on Front Street used in the early industry of shipping mesq…