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Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

Water from Tanque Verde Creek was drawn via an irrigation ditch to Binghampton storage ponds, which were large enough for boats.

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Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

This original Binghampton school building at 3701 E. River Road is now part of Khalsa Montessori School.

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Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

The Binghampton Cemetery, started in 1899, still accepts Mormons for burial.

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Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

This Mormon Church at 3750 E. Fort Lowell Road was dedicated in 1935 by Binghampton residents.

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Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

Ring's reflections: Hohokam, Mormons all part of Rillito's past

A few months ago Pat and I walked one of the Rillito River Park pathways along the dry riverbed and learned that the river flowed freely many years ago and has an interesting and probably little-known history. Here's what we found out.

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