Fort Bowie was an Army outpost the served as the staging point for the hunt for Apache Indian leader Geronimo. It had a short and bloody history. It was founded in 1862 and abandoned in 1894. It became a national historic site in 1964. Go to tucson.com/parks for more on Arizona's National Parks and Monuments.
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Visitors at the Fort Bowie National Historic Site trek into the past.
Tumacacori Mission endures as a shrine of peaceful contemplation and cultural celebration.