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Black Diamond- was discovered in 1880.  Eventually there was a settlement of about 100 people and a post office was established on February 12, 1902, and a stage station was founded.  Named for a mine carrying a black mineral which the miners called "Black Diamond", it was a silver and copper mine.  The post office closed in 1908.  There are still ruins at this ghost town. Foundations, Walls, Tramway Tower, Mine and Tailings.

Black Diamond- was discovered in Eventually there was a settlement of…

Stanwix Station- Stanwix Station, in western Arizona, was a stop on the Butterfield Overland Mail Stagecoach line built in the later 1850s near the Gila River about 80 miles (130 km) east of Yuma, Arizona.

Stanwix Station- Stanwix Station, in western Arizona, was a stop on the Butterfield Overland Mail Stagecoach line built in the later near the Gila River about 80 miles km) east of Yuma, Arizona.

The Trostle Farm at Gettysburg -- just after the battle and now. [Many people tend to forget that thousands of horses were casualties.]

The Trostle Farm at Gettysburg -- just after the battle and now. [Many people tend to forget that thousands of horses were casualties.] - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Cannon Ball still wedged in the wall of the Old Stone House

sixpenceee: “ USA Civil War: Cannon Ball still wedged in the wall of the Old Stone House, Manassas, Virginia ”

What interests me most is that in this confederate reunion there are both black and white veterans

A confederate reunion featuring black confederate veterans nasty azz sellouts!

The donkeys in Oatman, Arizona walk along the street with all the people. You can even buy food for them and feed them.

The donkeys in Oatman, Arizona walk along the street with all the people. You can even buy food for them and feed them, Which Obviously I did. No question!

Photo of Wyatt Earp in his decline, taken, we believe, in late 1928. ©Kevin Mulkins, 2012. Early Tombstone Paper.

Photo of Wyatt Earp in his decline, taken, we believe, in late ©Kevin Mulkins, Early Tombstone Paper.

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