Lucky Jim Camp

Plymouth, Montserrat, is the only ghost town that is the capital of a modern political territory.

Ghost town site in Clark County, Nevada.

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El Dorado Canyon (Nevada)

Canyon in southern Clark County, Nevada famed for its rich silver and gold mines.

Abandoned mining buildings in El Dorado Canyon at about 5620 feet on the western slopes of Star Peak, Nevada

In 1862, Lucky Jim Camp was formed along Eldorado Canyon above January Wash, south of the Techatticup Mine.

Buster Falls, Nevada

Mining camp in El Dorado Canyon above Huse Spring and the Techatticup Mine in the Colorado Mining District during the time of the American Civil War.

Plymouth, Montserrat, is the only ghost town that is the capital of a modern political territory.

Its site lay along the canyon a mile above the site of Lucky Jim Camp.

Steamboats of the Colorado River

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Yuma and Fort Yuma across the Colorado River (circa 1875 lithograph). Steamboat is downriver from the ferry crossing that is equipped with masts on both banks to raise the ferry's tow cables above the smokestacks of passing steamboats. Note two of the cables holding the mast up are tied to discarded boilers, presumably taken out of George A. Johnson & Company or Colorado Steam Navigation Company (C.S.N.C) steamboats when they were rebuilt or dismantled here.
Mohave II at Yuma, Arizona, with Sunday school group embarked, 1876. 
Mohave, the second stern-wheel steamboat of that name running on the Colorado River for the Colorado Steam Navigation Company (C.S.N.C) between 1876 and 1900. It was the first and only double smokestack steamboat to run on the river.
Colorado II in a tidal dry dock in the shipyard above Port Isabel, Sonora. Colorado, the second stern-wheel steamboat of that name running on the Colorado River for the George A. Johnson & Company and Colorado Steam Navigation Company between 1862 and 1878.
Cocopah II at Yuma, Arizona. A stereoscopic picture of the Cocopah, the second stern-wheel steamboat of that name running on the Colorado River for the Colorado Steam Navigation Company between 1867 and 1879. This photo was taken between 1877 and 1879, because the Southern Pacific railroad bridge built across the Colorado River in 1877 can be seen in the background. The railroad took away the freight business making the Cocopah obsolete and it was retired in 1879 and dismantled in 1881.
View showing steamboat Cochan on the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona in 1900. A photograph of the Cochan, last stern-wheel steamboat running on the Colorado River for the Colorado Steam Navigation Company between 1899 and 1909. This photo was taken in 1900. Cochan was sold to the U.S Reclamation Service in 1909. Not required by the Service, Cochan was dismantled in 1910.
Remnants of the wreck of the stern-wheeler Charles H. Spencer, just below Lee's Ferry where it was abandoned in Spring 1912.

Later during the American Civil War, in 1862, Lucky Jim Camp was formed along Eldorado Canyon above January Wash, south of the Techatticup Mine.