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Massacre Monument


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Massacre Monument Dedicated to lives lost in an 1871 Apache-Mohave warrior attack on the Ehrenburg Stage, the Massacre Monument bears witness to the battle which spurred General Crook to launch the counter attack which ended Indian hostility in the area.


Address: 5 miles NE on Hwy 60 at the E Ranch entrance

Come visit us in Wickenburg, Arizona

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Historical Walking Tour

The Chamber of Commerce has developed a self-guided brochure of historic town buildings with a map of their locations. Numbered copper plates on the outside of buildings correspond to numbers in the brochure with ten buildings awarded listings on the National Historic Register.

Wickenburg, AZ Tours

Massacre Monument

Dedicated to lives lost in an 1871

Wickenburg, AZ Battlesites

Western Sculpture

"Thanks For The Rain" The life-size bronze sculpture was created by Joe Beeler in 1988

Wickenburg, AZ Arts

E. Bowman, PRCA Champ

Everett Bowman made Wickenburg his home after a highlighted career as a World Champion, All-Around Cowboy. Born in Hope, New Mexico in July, 1899, Everett Bowman was World Champion in 1935 - 1937; champion steer wrestler in 1930, 1935 and 1938; champion steer roper in 1927;

Wickenburg, AZ Famous People

Jail Tree

This 200 year-old mesquite tree once served as Wickenburg's Jail. From 1863 to 1890

Wickenburg, AZ Pioneer History

Things to do Battlesites near Wickenburg, AZ

Picacho Pass Battlesite

Picacho Pass runs between Picacho Peak and the Picacho Mountain Range and is the site of the only Civil War Battle fought in ...