On Black Hills Back Country Byway at San Francisco River Road, on the right when traveling south on Black Hills Back Country Byway.
"Riches from the Earth"
Imagine traveling this winding dirt road during the 1920s. The Byway takes you on a journey back through time when people relied on the land for their survival. As you enjoy the harsh beauty of the countryside, reflect . . . — — Map (db m172280) HM
On The Coronado Trail (U.S. 191 at milepost 164), on the left when traveling north.
Blasted from living rock this jail confined many of the bad men who crowed into the district in the boom days. Local tradition says that the first inmate in 1881 was the miner who built the jail. It was contributed to the town by the Lesinsky . . . — — Map (db m36373) HM
On Black Hills Back Country Byway, 1.9 miles north of High Tank Road, on the right when traveling north.
Constructed – 1918
Rededicated – 1997
Greenlee County Board of Supervisors • Arizona Department of Transportation • Federal Highway Administration • Bureau of Land Management • State Historic Preservation Office • Cannon and Associates, Inc. • . . . — — Map (db m195854) HM
On Chase Creek Street, on the right when traveling south.
This 850-pound copper anode was one of the last anodes produced at the Phelps Dodge Hidalgo Smelter in Hidalgo County, New Mexico from copper concentrate produced at the Morenci Mine in Arizona. The Hidalgo Smelter operated from 1976 to 1999. . . . — — Map (db m36249) HM
On The Coronado Trail (U.S. 191 at milepost 163), on the right when traveling north.
In January of 1825, a trapper named James O. Pattie, ascended this river and with one companion in 14 days trapped 250 beavers. This was the first known penetration of Arizona by American citizens. — — Map (db m36372) HM
On North Coronado Boulevard (U.S. 191 at milepost 163.3), on the right when traveling north.
Historic Rehabilitation Project
Arizona & New Mexico Railway Passenger Station
Built in 1913
Mayor - David R. McCullar
Vice-Mayor - Pamela C. Combs
Councilmember - A. M. 'Tony' Rodriquez
Councilmember - Patricia Fowler . . . — — Map (db m36679) HM
On Arizona Route 75 at milepost 392, on the left when traveling north.
This area served as a resting place for Apache war parties during the raids of the 1880's. Near here Felix B. Knox, a cattleman and gambler, stayed behind to face Indians while his wife, children, and hired man escaped in a buckboard. Out of respect . . . — — Map (db m36371) HM