“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Fort McDowell, Arizona

Clickable Map of Maricopa County, Arizona and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Maricopa County, AZ (213) Gila County, AZ (41) La Paz County, AZ (33) Pima County, AZ (308) Pinal County, AZ (105) Yavapai County, AZ (148) Yuma County, AZ (60)  MaricopaCounty(213) Maricopa County (213)  GilaCounty(41) Gila County (41)  LaPazCounty(33) La Paz County (33)  PimaCounty(308) Pima County (308)  PinalCounty(105) Pinal County (105)  YavapaiCounty(148) Yavapai County (148)  YumaCounty(60) Yuma County (60)
Phoenix is the county seat for Maricopa County
Fort McDowell is in Maricopa County
      Maricopa County (213)  
      Gila County (41)  
      La Paz County (33)  
      Pima County (308)  
      Pinal County (105)  
      Yavapai County (148)  
      Yuma County (60)  
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1Arizona (Maricopa County), Fort McDowell — Camp Reno
From 1866 to 1868 this outpost of Ft. McDowell served as a departure point for military expeditions against the Tonto and Pinal Apache Indians.Map (db m27679) HM
2Arizona (Maricopa County), Fort McDowell — Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake was formed following the construction of Mormon Flat Dam from 1923-25 by USDI, Bureau of Reclamation. Salt River Project manages the dam for water storage and power generation. Water stored in this reservoir is collected from the 13,000 . . . Map (db m34062) HM
3Arizona (Maricopa County), Fort McDowell — Fort McDowell
This important military post protected central Arizona settlements from the Tonto Apaches during the Indian wars 1865-1886. Its function as a military post ended in 1890 and it became a reservation by executive order, September 15, 1909 as home of . . . Map (db m27681) HM
4Arizona (Maricopa County), Fort McDowell — Grave of Dr. Carlos Montezuma(Wassaja) — 1855-1923 —
Greatest of the educated Apaches, this Mohave-Apache Indian was taken captive at the age of six by Pima Indians. He was sold to a white man who educated him as a physician. Dr. Montezuma had a splendid practice in Chicago and became a champion of . . . Map (db m27680) HM
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Nov. 28, 2022