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Cultural Resources Monitoring at CA-TUO-2842 / H; the Old Sanguinetti Ranch; Sonora Crossroads Project; Tuolumne County, California (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only C. M. Francis.

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Historic Resources Inventory and Report of Tombstone, Arizona (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Johns & Strittmatter Inc..

Four sets of mountains can be seen from Tombstone; the Dragoon Mountains to the northeast, the Mule Mountains to the southeast, the Huachucas to the southwest and Whetstones to the northwest. From these mountains, rivulets form an alluvial plain and feed into the San Pedro River. The San Pedro originates in Sonora, Mexico from a point, Casa de San Pedro, in the Sierra Madre Occidental. The river then flows north to feed the Gila which in tum joins the Colorado at Yuma Crossing; the Colorado then...

Tubac School at Tubac Presidio State Park Preliminary Architectural Evaluation and Recommendations for Use (1985)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gerald A. Doyle & Associates.

The Tubac School, one of the several elements comprising the Tubac Presidio State Park, was constructed in 1885 and is one of the earliest American public schools established in what was then the Territory of Arizona. Although no significant historical events are yet associated with the Tubac School, and many other Territorial buildings are of greater architectural interest, the School is an unusually well-preserved example of 19th Century one-room, rural schools. Today the building consists...