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An archaeological collection from North America, Mesoamerica and South America, ethnoolgical material from the Southwest, Mexica, Great Plains, Eastern Woodlands, California and...
Founded by archaeologist William Fulton in 1937, this museum of American cultures, mostly from the Southwest, exhibits a collection of Native American artwork, sculptures and more.
known as the "Arizona Cowboy" and "Mister Cowboy," brought much pride to the people of Willcox, Arizona. Rex was a real cowboy legend starring in western movies. His voice is...
Local history museum housed in an 1882 courthouse.
Founder Orville Mickens who retrieved most of the contents for this museum from forts and ghost towns of Arizona.
The varied rock formations here were created millions of yeras ago by volcanic activity, aided by erosion. Faraway Ranch, an early dude ranch, has been restored.
Herbarium, entomology, geology, historic furnishings and structures, 1880s-1970s.
The largest dry cave in the country. Outlaws once sought refuge in the crystal passageways. Rumor has it there may be some hidden treasure within.
A collection of military history of the Indian Wars and also military and Western artifacts.