(Rockwell Station)

Rockwell Station (referred to at least once as Rock Spring Station) was a stop along the road between Unionville and Stillwater at least as early as 1873. By 1892 it gained a post office and became known as 'Clemens' or 'Clements,' presumably reflecting the name of the postmaster. It likely served as a water source for nearby camps, and even today a well continues to provide water for range livestock.

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