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By Ethel Jackson Price

the tale of Sierra Vista, Arizona starts with Coronado's explorations of the southwestern barren region within the 16th century, lengthy prior to the 1877 institution of Camp Huachuca, domestic of the famed twenty fourth Infantry "Buffalo Soldiers." Sierra Vista grew up within the fury of the silver and copper mining days surrounded by way of 3 gorgeous mountains and the San Perdro River. as soon as often called Fry, this frontier city bloomed from a nearly unpopulated cost into the Hummingbird Capital of the World.

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