The families of railroad workers who lived in Milligan planted Salt Cedar trees for shade as well as a windbreak. Although there is no one left in Milligan to water the trees, they are still surviving and the concrete water catchments built around the base of the trees by the residents more than seventy years ago are still there.
34° 16’ 39.41” N.
115° 09’ 57.08” W.
Other than Efren Limon, the only other person that I know of who was buried at Milligan is Delores R. de Fernandez, age 59 who died of heat prostration July 30, 1910. Which of the graves belongs to Ms. De Fernandez is uncertain.