Gold Road to La Paz: An Interpretive Guide to the Bradshaw Trail
Written by Delmer G. Ross
Preface bay Dennis G. Casebier
This is an interpretive guide to the old wagon road -- variously called the La Paz Road or Bradshaw Trail -- that ran in the old days from near the present Mecca, California, eastward to near the present Blythe, California, on the Colorado River.
This guidebook contains detailed maps by Bob Martin, similar to those found in the Mojave Road Guide.
(Note: Some side trips described in this book were closed by the California Desert Protection Act of 1994, but the main route is open.)
8.6 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
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