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Author: 
George Brydges Rodney
Article Abstract: 
Mentions Ft. Apache about 1900 and Ft. Huachuca before 1914
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Rodney, George Brydges. As a cavalryman remembers. p.180-194, 236-294. Mentions Ft. Apache about 1900 and Ft. Muachuca before 1914
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The forgotten forts

Author: 
R.K.Morse
Article Date: 
January 14, 1973
Language: 
English
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Southwestern military posts, 1849-1862

Author: 
R.K.McMaster
Article Date: 
Spring 1964
Article Abstract: 
Includes map
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

On the trail with the fort groupies

Author: 
R.Barrett
Article Date: 
June 6, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Council on Abandoned Military Posts (CAMP) sponsors 10th Annual Military History Conference in Tucson
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Old forts of northern Arizona

Author: 
J.Kraus
Article Date: 
October 1975
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Old forts now just memories

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
December 3, 1972
Language: 
English
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Old Camp Lincoln

Author: 
James E. Cook
Article Date: 
June 4, 1972
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Military posts in the Southwest

Author: 
A. B. Bender
Article Date: 
April 1941
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Military forts in 1869

Author: 
J. H. Toulouse
Article Date: 
July 1935
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Long Fort, who built it?

Author: 
H. S. Colton
Article Date: 
Fall 1965
Article Abstract: 
A mysterious structure below Grand Falls of the Little Colorado
Language: 
English
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