In the 1950's two brothers from Colorado came to Escalante to prospect for uranium. Bill and Cliff Lichtenham were talented craftsmen who could build just about anything. The Lichtenhams began mining in a sandstone mountain about 25 miles southeast of Escalante. In the process they ended up blasting out 3 separate rooms which served as living quarters and workshops. Pictured here is the entrance to the main living quarters.
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