In 1911, four men: "Harry Cambron; a sheepherder - Dominic Bertrand 'Bert' Indiano, and two wealthy French Basque sheepmen - Peter Erramouspe and John B. Laxague," were killed in Little High Rock Canyon.
Mike Daggett and his band were accused of the murders. They were tracked down to outside of Golconda at the Battle of Kelley Creek and many of the band killed.
There is controversy about what actually happened in Golconda. After his death, Daggett was called "Shoshone Mike."
- "Mike Daggett," Wikipedia
- "Shoshone Mike: New theories emerge 100 years after 'last massacre'," Reno Gazette Journal, February 19, 2011.
- "Massacre story often oversimplified, author says," Reno Gazette Journal, February 19, 2011.
- "Shoshone Mike," Howard Hickson's Histories.
- Archive.org version of www.nevada-history.org page about "Shoshone Mike"
- "Shoshone Mike's Stronghold," Richard S. Platz, 2005-2007.
- Frank Vernon Perry, "The Last Indian Uprising In The United States," Winter, 1972, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.
- Frank Bergon, "Shoshone Mike," 1989. A work of fiction based on the life of Mike Daggett.
- Effie Mona Mack, "The Indian massacre of 1911 at Little High Rock Canyon, Nevada," 1968. About Mike Daggett.