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Camp Pah-Ute Spring
 
An Army outpost was established on November 27, 1867, at Pah-Ute Spring in the eastern Mojave Desert, San Bernardino County, by troops of Company D, 9th Infantry, from Camp Mojave. The post's buildings, erected by the infantrymen, were maintained until May 3,1868.

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