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March forum to focus on Arizona’s history

March forum to focus on Arizona’s history

The forum will take place on March 15 at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church.

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Mine Tales: Harshaw district was mighty and profitable

Mine Tales: Harshaw district was mighty and profitable

Forty-square mile district produced 1.3 million tons of zinc, lead, silver and gold.

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Arizona Album: Incident in the life of Jeff Milton

This piece was published on Feb. 17, 1954.

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Arizona Album: Western justice in Yuma

This piece was published on May 12, 1954.

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Arizona Album: Fair, Fat, and Forty

This piece was published on Sept. 29, 1954.

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Arizona Album: Kid Swilling, badman

This piece was published on May 5, 1954.

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Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

The graveyard on the north side of Tombstone is a popular stop for tourists. Thursday, Canadians John and Liz Dragstra checked out the old cemetery's fresh look, with its upgraded ocotillo fence and replaced grave markers.

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Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Gerry Jay of Green Valley snaps a picture of her friend Rosie Pudish, visiting from upstate New York, next to a Boothill highlight.

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Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Metal grave markers installed in the 1940s made way for wooden ones to give Boothill more of a feel of the days when it was being used.

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Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Wood 'headstones' replace inauthentic metal markers

Boothill has gotten a face-lift. The historic and here and there hokey graveyard - in the historic and here and there hokey town of Tombstone - "was in need of some cosmetic surgery," said Boothill manager Dave Askey.

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