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4D Antimony Peak

Location: Kern County, California

Named after an ore hoped by miners to be silver, but identified by W. P. Blake of the Pacific RR Survey (1854) as "sulphuret of antimony". He traced the vein from the canyon high up the side of the mountain and thereby named it.

Peak was on the original 1946 HPS Peak List.


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