Now you know where the term, You don't have a Chinamans chance came from.So I’ve never found anything outside the railroad, but the rumor from the old heads was that Ash Hill Ca was named by the railroad back in the 1800’s. Was named because that’s when/where the Indians (from Northern AZ) and the Chinese (LA area) met and the railroad became a run through. They celebrated with a huge feed of which the Railroad paid for, and spiked the meat with Cyanide, as to not pay either side then they burned their bodies. However there is also physical proof of lava rocks all over so it’s probably more likely there was once Volcanic eruptions out there. But the other story seems more old tale interesting.
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