Photo: Monumental

TERRY AURIT/Courtesy

TERRY AURIT/Courtesy

Barry Christensen, past president of the Lost Dutchman Chapter of E Clampus Vitus, is reflected is the six-foot tall granite monument dedicated Sunday to the citizens of Chloride. This monument honors the history of the railroad that connected Kingman and Chloride during the mining heydays. This monument was a joint effort of the Lost Dutchman chapter of Arizona and New Mexico and the Queho Posse Chapter of Southern Nevada. On hand to present the monument was Mark Hall-Patton, administrator of the Clark County, Nevada, Museum System.