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Bob Ring; Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association

Ring's reflections: Let's go back in time and explore Fort Lowell area

Ring's reflections: Let's go back in time and explore Fort Lowell area

This remnant of a major irrigation ditch crosses East Placita del Mesquite, just north of Fort Lowell Park.

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Ring's reflections: Let's go back in time and explore Fort Lowell area

Ring's reflections: Let's go back in time and explore Fort Lowell area

The San Pedro Chapel was dedicated in 1932. It has been restored to its original configuration.

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Ring's reflections: Let's go back in time and explore Fort Lowell area

Ring's reflections: Let's go back in time and explore Fort Lowell area

Last week I wrote about the pioneer Mormon community of Binghampton. Now I'll tell the story of another early Tucson community that succeeded because of plentiful water in the Rillito River - Old Fort Lowell.

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