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Historical Markers in Cibola, Arizona

 
Clickable Map of La Paz County, Arizona and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg La Paz County, AZ (33) Maricopa County, AZ (213) Mohave County, AZ (100) Yavapai County, AZ (148) Yuma County, AZ (60) Imperial County, CA (51) Riverside County, CA (144) San Bernardino County, CA (277)  LaPazCounty(33) La Paz County (33)  MaricopaCounty(213) Maricopa County (213)  MohaveCounty(100) Mohave County (100)  YavapaiCounty(148) Yavapai County (148)  YumaCounty(60) Yuma County (60)  ImperialCountyCalifornia(51) Imperial County (51)  RiversideCounty(144) Riverside County (144)  SanBernardinoCounty(277) San Bernardino County (277)
Parker is the county seat for La Paz County
Cibola is in La Paz County
      La Paz County (33)  
ADJACENT TO LA PAZ COUNTY
      Maricopa County (213)  
      Mohave County (100)  
      Yavapai County (148)  
      Yuma County (60)  
      Imperial County, California (51)  
      Riverside County, California (144)  
      San Bernardino County, California (277)  
 
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1Arizona (La Paz County), Cibola — 104 — Cibola Arizona
Gold and silver strikes in the 1860's created growth in the area. It is said Wyatt Earp served as sheriff of Cibola for one year in the 1890's. The town of Cibola formed in 1898 and construction began on a 16 mile canal to bring water from the river . . . Map (db m78552) HM
2Arizona (La Paz County), Cibola — 103 — Colorado River Ferries
Ferries of various size and design once provided transportation across the lower Colorado River linking Arizona with California, Nevada and Utah. Ferrymen plied their trade from Yuma to Pearce Ferry. The first ferry on the river was started at . . . Map (db m78553) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022