An 1890's Town and Mining Camp recreated like the Wild West really was, antique cars, movie memorabilia, nature path, bird area. Everything in Gammon'
Brigham City is the restoration sight of a fort built by Mormon pioneers in 1876. While this is a "restoration-in-progress"
Robson's Arizona Mining World takes you back in time to the Nella-Meda gold mining camp, a real mine said to still contain much gold. Set in the Sonoran Desert'
Discovered in 1863
This 200 year-old mesquite tree once served as Wickenburg's Jail. From 1863 to 1890
Charleston and Millville Tombstone silver ore was milled here in the 1880s. It was used later by the U.S. Army during World War II as a training site for house-to-house combat.
Originally, the 1884 cabin was the home of Margaret McCleve Hancock, who was born in 1838 in Belfast, Ireland. Her family was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1841
When Gila County moved its offices into the then new county courthouse in March, 1907
The Cave Creek Museum's original Tubercular cabin, one of 16 cabins that made up a local TB camp, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in November 2002
In the 1890s, Goldfield was a booming community. The first gold-strike was made in 1892