• Slideshow 1

    Mojave Desert Heritage & Cultural Association

Jackrabbit Homesteads

By KIM STRINGFELLOW

Jackrabbit homesteads are only for folks who have a bit of pioneering blood in their veins. The land generally is rough, no water is immediately available, more or less road building has to be done. But fortunately there are many Americans who find infinite pleasure in doing the hard work necessary to provide living accommodations on one of these sites--and cabins are springing up all over the desert country.

--Desert Magazine, 1950.

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