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Fort Bowie National Historic Site is located just outside Willcox, AZ and is where Cochise was blamed for a kidnapping, the Battle of Apache Pass and
In August of 1866, Lieutenant James M. Kerr, Company B, 125th US Colored Infantry, ordered his troops to build a new post in Apache country near Pinos
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The historic Coronado Motor Hotel is Yuma, Arizona’s destination hotel that welcomes groups and individual travelers.
Borrego Springs is a quaint desert resort town surrounded by over 650,000 acres of the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park - the largest state park in the
As you gaze out to sea from the Monument erected in honor of Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo, you can imagine the excitement Cabrillo and his crew felt when
Nestled in the heart of California’s historic Gold Country where the biggest gold rush in American history began, Tuolumne County is rich in history
Tuolumne County, nestled in the heart of California’s Gold Country, is a four-season destination that is home to Yosemite National Park and
A quaint, historic gold mining town up in San Diego's mountain region, Julian is a wonderful spring destination boasting daffodils and lilacs,
The Chiricahua National Monument is located in the Chiricahua Mountains in southeast Arizona, and is known for its vertical rock formations.
An article about Exeter, California
A Festival of Murals and the Gateway to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.
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