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Robbins Family Home

The Robbins Brothers, Utah sheep ranchers, arrived here in 1905 and turned to mining. The last of the family to live in Goodsprings died in 1980. Two buildings remain. The board and batten cabin was built in 1905 was a dwelling which was pressed into service as the first schoolhouse, replacing the tent school that opened in 1907. Sunday School service were held here in 1912. This wooden cabins is said to have housed a Goodsprings school prior to 1913. The adobe home (not pictured) was built in 1905.

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Picture taken during a snow storm, February 2019

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