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History and Heritage in Eloy, AZ

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In 1879 the Southern Pacific Mail and Stage Line Company built a one-room adobe station and mesquite corral. It was a...


This southern Arizona museum offers tours, lectures, workshops and children's programs.


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Casa Grande Ruins is the first archeological site to be preserved by the federal government and the fifth...


Heritage Motors

Casa Grande, AZ

This fieldstone structure was built in 1927 and served as the First Presbyterian Church until 1970. Rocks used in the...


Established June 14, 1887. A small conical red peak gave Red Rock its name. Red Rock was a major cattle shipping poin...


Who camped here Dec 20, 1846 in rout to Cal. War with Mexico. Erected By Aaronic Priesthood Mesa 3rd Ward L.D.S.C. Tr...


Lieut. James Barrett Co. A. Private George Johnson Co. A. Private William S. Leonard - Co. D 1st California Cavalry V...


He laid the foundation of the National Park Service. Defining and establishing the policies under which its areas sha...


This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Inte...


Battle at Picacho

Red Rock, AZ

Dedicated to those Confederate frontiersmen who occupied Arizona Territory, C.S.A., created by President Jefferson Da...


The Mormon Battalion of the U.S. Army camped here enroute to California December 17, 1846. During the war with Mexico...


In the 1870's, a flour mill and a few stores formed the hub of life in Adamsville, where shootings and knifings were ...


Barony of Arizola

Casa Grande, AZ

James Addison Peralta Reavis was a brazen forger who claimed over 12 million acres of Central Arizona and Western New...


- Casa Grande Ruins National Monument encompasses 60 structures built by ancient Pueblo peoples over 600 years a...


The Domes

Casa Grande, AZ

A sign reads "No Trespassing," though it is evident that few heed the notice. The Domes were built to facilit...



Silverbell, AZ

Two sites... #1...Silverbell is a class B copper-mining town, on the northwest side of the Silver Bell Mounta... history.rootsweb


Gadsden Purchase

Maricopa, AZ

The Gila River north of this site marked the international border of the United States and Mexico from 1848 to 1854. ...


The stunning scenery, wildlife values, and archaeological interest in the Ironwood Forest National Monument make th...

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