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Arizona Historical MarkersHardyville Pioneer Cemetery

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The only remnants of Hardyville existing today are the Hardyville Pioneer Cemetery and items preserved in the Colorado River Museum.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/23/2010

last visited: 9/29/2016

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Arizona Historical MarkersCommercial Steamship Transportation

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Commercial steamship transportation on the Colorado River was of great importance from 1852 through 1877.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/23/2010

last visited: 1/10/2015

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Arizona Historical MarkersTyson's Well - Old Stage Station

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The original adobe stage station was built in 1866 by Charley Tyson at its present location.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/21/2010

last visited: 1/31/2021

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Arizona Historical MarkersCamp Bouse

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Monument Row in Bouse Arizona is dedicated to the various battalions that trained at Camp Bouse. Camp Bouse was established in 1942 by Gen George Patton as one of the eleven bases of his "Desert Training Center". 9000 GI's were housed there.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/19/2010

last visited: 12/27/2020

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Arizona Historical MarkersBouse Homesite

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Bouse was founded in 1908 as a mining camp. The population was 615 at the 2000 census.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/19/2010

last visited: never

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Arizona Historical MarkersQuinn Pass

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Thomas Quinn prospected in the Plomosa Range and lived north of the pass, in a cabin, that bears his name.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/19/2010

last visited: never

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Arizona Historical MarkersThe Last Camp of Hi Jolly

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The camel atop the Pyramid symbolizes the legend of The Red Ghost that roamed the desert, terrorizing man and beast with what amounted to a corpse tied to his back.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/19/2010

last visited: 11/1/2018

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Arizona Historical MarkersItalians at the Yuma Test Branch

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A group of Italian prisoners-of-war, who were captured in North Africa, pledged their loyalty and support to the United States.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/19/2010

last visited: 10/20/2010

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Arizona Historical MarkersWorld War II Bridge Test Site

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In January 1943 the Yuma Test Branch of the Engineer Board of the Corps of Engineers commenced test operations on fixed and floating bridges at Imperial Dam.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/19/2010

last visited: 10/20/2010

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Arizona Historical MarkersYuma Crossing

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This is one of the older Arizona Highway Department markers.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/18/2010

last visited: 2/8/2014

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Arizona Historical MarkersIn Memory of Harold and Ethelind Woodhouse

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Harold and Ethelind Woodhouse, had come to the Mohawk Valley from Santa Ana, Calif., in a Model T truck in 1925, and at least one skeptic thought they were risk-taking:

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/18/2010

last visited: 10/16/2020

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Arizona Historical MarkersBoeing B-50A The "Long Ranger"

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A memorial in Dateland, Arizona to honor the dozen U.S. Air Force personnel who died in a Boeing B-50A bomber crash near Hyder in 1950

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/18/2010

last visited: 2/13/2017

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Arizona Historical MarkersDatelan Army Air Field

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The airfield was established on 1 January 1943 as a United States Army Air Forces training airfield, being under the command of the 3037th Army Air Force Base Unit, AAF Western Flying Training Command.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/18/2010

last visited: 4/13/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersHyder Divisional Camp-Horn Divisional Camp Desert Training Center

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This was the largest Army base in the world covering some 18,000 square miles. It stretched from the outskirts of Pomona, California eastward to within 50 miles of Phoenix, Arizona, southward to the suburbs of Yuma, Arizona and northward into Nevada.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/18/2010

last visited: 4/13/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersQuijotoa

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This is a Papago word meaning, mountain shaped like a carrying basket.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: 3/12/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersThe Toggery, 1925

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The building is now part of The Chiricahua Regional Museum and Research Center.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: 5/21/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersJohn Ringo

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For more than a century, mystery and controversy have circulated about the details of Ringo's demise, making his death one of the most hotly debated deaths in Old West history. This site is on private property. Please obey all signs.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: 4/22/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersSoldiers Hole

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Soldier's Hole was a stop on the Butterfield Stage route about 20 miles east of Tombstone and about 25 miles north of the Mexican border. It got its name from the fact soldiers and Apaches often camped beside its watering hole.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: 7/12/2015

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Arizona Historical MarkersDouglas International Airport

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The first and only truly international airport in the America's, Douglas International Airport began operations in 1929. The Douglas airfield was connected with the Auga Prieta, Mexico, airport by a common north-south runway.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: never

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Arizona Historical MarkersGeronimo Surrender Monument

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On Route 80 south of Rodeo, New Mexico, near Apache, Arizona, stands a marker commemorating Geronimo's surrender. A short distance south of the marker is a road which leads east and then south/southeast to the actual surrender site.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: 6/17/2012

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Arizona Historical MarkersLibrary Hall the Douglas Public Library

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This was one of the first buildings in Douglas. It has been in continuous use for over 80 years and moved twice. The first time it was moved was from Pan American & 10th St. to 10th St. and F Ave. The last move was to make room for the Post Office.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: never

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Arizona Historical MarkersDouglas Police Headquarters

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Built as the El Paso & Southwestern Railroad Depot, the two story Beaux Arts Classic Revival style depot saw as many as eight passenger trains a day in the 1920's.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/17/2010

last visited: 6/15/2012

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Arizona Historical MarkersMormon Battalion

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The Mormon Battalion was the only religious unit in American military history, serving from July 1846 to July 1847 during the Mexican-American War. The battalion made a grueling 2000 mile march from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego, California.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/14/2010

last visited: 1/26/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersMormon Battalion

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The Mormon Battalion was the only religious unit in American military history, serving from July 1846 to July 1847 during the Mexican-American War. The battalion made a grueling 2000 mile march from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego, California.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/14/2010

last visited: 4/5/2011

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Arizona Historical MarkersThe Lavender Pit

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The Lavender Pit is part of the Copper Queen Mine, run by the Phelps Dodge Corporation from 1879 to 1975. The abandoned pit covers 300 acres, is 950 feet deep, and is a result of the removal of 351 million tons of material.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker

location: Arizona

date approved: 5/14/2010

last visited: 6/9/2018

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