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Mojave Desert History: Pioneer of the Mojave
Old Skeletons & New Trails
The site of Lane's way station was also the home of a more recent race of Indians, those who were here at the time
the Spanish arrived. The San Bernardino County Museum Archaeological Site No. 88, besides being referred to by
recent names such as Turner Springs Ranch and Adelanto Springs, is also designated as being the location of
Topiabit (or Topipabit) Rancheria, which is described as a permanent village of
occupied in the last 1,000 years.
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