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Holmsey Visits Globe Arizona

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Holmsey Hare hop has arrived in Globe, Arizona USA and he arrived after the heat of the summer finally left,

There are Several Copper mines in this area.
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They use cows on the sides of the dumps to help grow plants and keep the dust down people coming through always talk about the cows. They move them around the areas all of the time. The cows can get on top it is flat up there. You can see other areas where it has plants growing it works well.
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There are several copper mines in this area.
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Also the Sleeping Beauty Turquoise mine that is not mining right now but if you look at the mountain range it looks like Sleeping Beauty.

Some purest Turquoise in the world has come out of this mine.

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We have Roosevelt Lake named after President Theodore Roosevelt.

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President Roosevelt on his way to dedicate the dam named in his honor, 1911.

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This area is famous for old west outlaws being here Big nose Kate who was a lover of Doc Holiday lived here. She ran a boarding house in downtown Globe in the 1890's. Doc Holiday was here. Wyatt Earp and when Wyatt Earp dumped his wife Mattie Earp for Joesphine. Mattie came here and Big nose Kate took her in to live with her. Mattie committed suicide and she is buried in Superior, Az about 20 miles from me.

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Pearl Hart the female outlaw held up a stagecoach outside of Globe.

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This is the old Courthouse downtown Globe it is now a Center for the Arts. A“William T. Phillips” came to Globe in 1909 from South America. Some believed he was really Richard Leroy Parker…Butch Cassidy.He worked in construction and on cattle ranches and helped on some of the construction of this court house until Summer 1910

Posted by Holmsey Hare 09:02 Archived in USA

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