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    • Military Outposts of the Chiricahua Mountains

    • Orozco, Rebecca
    • Military posts (Ariz); Army posts; Military bases--Arizona; Chiricahua Apache Indians; Fort Bowie (Ariz.) History 19th century; Gadsen Purchase; Apache Indian--Wars, 1883-1886; Apache Indians--Wars, 1872-1873; Cochise County (Ariz.); Cochise County...
    • This Powerpoint presentation is related to the lecture of the same name in this collection. It contains 53 slides with images and photos depicting the life and times of the military outposts built in the mid and late 19th century to protect the...
    • Camp Naco

    • Swartzwelder, Debby
    • Army posts; Buffalo Soldiers; Military bases--Arizona; United States. Mexican-American Border Region; Naco (Ariz.); Naco (Mexico); Cochise County (Ariz.) History. Mexican-American Border Region--History;
    • This one hour lecture describes the history of Camp Naco and the recent efforts to preserve the historic camp. The fort, also known as Fort Newell, is an abandoned army post on the United States-Mexican border in Naco, AZ. The fort was built in...
    • Fairbank Schoolhouse

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    • Cochise County (Ariz.); Cochise County (Ariz.) History. Historic towns;Ghost towns Arizona Cochise County History.
    • The Fairbank schoolhouse is one of the few remaining buildings left in Fairbank, Arizona. It was built around 1920 and classes were held there until 1944. The schoolhouse fell into disrepair after closing. Recently the Bureau of Land and Management...
    • Fort Newell

    • Visionquest
    • Army posts; Buffalo Soldiers; Military bases--Arizona; United States. Mexican-American Border Region; Naco (Ariz.); Naco (Mexico); Cochise County (Ariz.) History. Mexican-American Border Region--History; Ghost towns Arizona Cochise County History.
    • This 17-minute video describes the history of Fort Newell, also known as Camp Naco. It is an abandoned army post on the United States-Mexican border in Naco, AZ. The fort was built in 1915 to protect American citizens and enforce U.S. neutrality...

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