MOHAVE PIRATE RADIO

THE VOICE OF A REVOLUTION for MOHAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA and beyond!!!!

LOCAL MUSIC AND HOT TOPICS for the world today

INDEPENDENT MUSIC from the Mojave Desert’s Tri-State Area and good neighbors from Joshua Tree, California

Office and Request line  (760) 534-0213

cat

(Updated 14 April 2022)

MOHAVE PIRATE RADIO LOCAL NEWS MINUTE (COMING MAY 2022)

271236282_4323848914382720_7532835398639223606_n

TWO MINUTES OF LOCAL NEWS AND INFORMATION premieres 1 MAY 2022 on the radio and on Facebook. A weekly update of all that is going on and important to the Mohave Valley area and surrounding areas! Stay tuned.

PLUS MORE LOCAL MUSIC COMING TO THE DIAL!!!! New songs from the Tri State area artists plus good neighbors in Joshua Tree, CA

FOLLOW MOHAVE PIRATE RADIO on TWITTER and FACEBOOK!!!!

https://mobile.twitter.com/MohaveRadio

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN NOW!!!

Why MOHAVE PIRATE RADIO now?

The word Mojave (or Mohave) itself is of Indian origin and is that tribe’s name for “three mountains,” referring to three distinctive landmarks near the present city of Needles, whose name also refers to this geological oddity.

Much confusion and arguement have arisen from the two spellings of the word “Mojave.” A ruling of the Geographical Board in Washington, D.C. however a few years ago simplified the problem someshat. If you are in California, the name of the river, the city and the desert should be spelled with a “j”: Mojave. If, on the other hand, you happen to be in Arizona, then you must spell the name of the county and the Indian tribe with an “h”: Mohave. Dr. A.L. Kroeber of the University of California, noted anthropologist, claims that only the “h” spelling should exist, since the word is an Indian one, not Spanish, and was only transliterated by the early Spanish, who gave all “h” sounds a spelling of “j”. (quoted from DESERT GAZETTE 2 July 2017)

png-clipart-facebook-logo-united-states-facebook-like-button-facebook-like-button-social-media-like-us-on-facebook-blue-text

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s