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The Chemehuevi Indians moved to the oasis in 1871. This was also a Serrano campsite in ancient times. This was the only water for miles around . Food was provided by waterfowl and desert dwelling animals That came for a drink. The Oasis probably wasn't this big when the Indians were here, but it was still easy to get water.

Katy Tucker

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