INSERT ROADS

A September 30, 1937 newspaper article stated that "work crews with bulldozers were already grading the property for three 50-foot wide macadam insert roads". Insert roads were built over many areas of the ranch. On the south side of Robin Hood lake was a fairly elaborate one, while on the north side there was another one (and in sections, two parallel ones). The far eastern edge of the property, many roads were built. On the south side of Silvertown was an insert road while on the north side were two parallel ones with additional ones crisscrossing from the Fort Apache plateau down to Silvertown. The roads stretching away from Fort Apache eastward were not used as frequently as the other roads, and near that area were additional outlaw shacks.

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
(photos supplied by Minard Coons)

Corriganville Corriganville
Insert roads as they appear today (photos copyright 1998 by Jerry L. Schneider)

Corriganville Corriganville
Insert roads as they appear today (photos copyright 1998 by Jerry L. Schneider)

Insert Road
Insert road behind Silvertown to the south as it appears today
(photo copyright 1998 by Jerry L. Schneider)