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"The Father of Arizona"Born April 20, 1825 — Died June 24, 1902Native of Kentucky Elected as first Arizona DelegateTo Congress in 1864 This Monument erected by theState of Arizona in Conjunction withMaricopa ChapterDaughters of the Ame…
Charles Debrille Poston, 1825-1902, often referred to as the "Father of Arizona", promoted territorial status for Arizona during President Lincoln's administration. Poston, motivated by silver mining interest lobbied for federal legislation to cre…
This second-oldest Presbyterian Church in continuous usage in Arizona was founded in 1888. The present building was designed by architects Wallingford and Bell of Phoenix in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, with mission-type tile on the roof. G…
Designed by Phoenix architects Royal W. Lescher and John R. Kibbey and completed in 1916, this neo-classical revival style structure has overtones of the Spanish revival style. The school board chose a one story as the children would have already …
Jan. 6, 1880 - Oct. 12, 1940In Memory ofTom MixWhose spirit left his body on this spot.And whose characterization and portrayalsin life served to better fix memories ofthe old west in the minds of living men.