A Portal to Paradise: 11,537 Years, More or Less, on the Northeast Slope of the Chiricahua Mountains: Being a Fairly Accurate and Occasionally Anecdotal History of That Part of Cochise County, Arizona, and the Country Immediately Adjacent, Replete with...

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Arizona's rugged Chiricahua Mountains have a special place in frontier history. They were the haven of many well-known personalities, from Cochise to Johnny Ringo, as well as the home of prospectors, cattlemen, and hardscrabble farmers eking out a tough living in an unforgiving landscape.In this delightful and well-researched book, Alden Hayes shares his love for the area, gained over fifty years. From his vantage point near the tiny twin communities of Portal and Paradise on the eastern slopes of the Chiricahuas, Hayes ...

A Portal to Paradise: 11,537 Years, More or Less, on the Northeast Slope of the Chiricahua Mountains: Being a Fairly Accurate and Occasionally Anecdotal History of That Part of Cochise County, Arizona, and the Country Immediately Adjacent, Replete with... 1999, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816517855

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