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Indian Rock Basins, Jordan Peak, Camp Nelson, Calif., 001
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Tulare County Library, Annie R. Mitchell History Room
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This undated photo shows a family studying rock basins on Jordan Peak, north of Camp Nelson in Tulare County, CA. Called "Indian Rock Basins," none of the area Indians alive in the early 1900s could provide any history, and the basins are considered the work of prehistoric man. They occur only in a 35-mile strip of Tulare County in or adjacent to Sequoia National Park.
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