These are photos I took on March 20, 2017 in southeastern Arizona. It features: The Lehner Mammoth Kills Site is a "Clovis" site in the San Pedro Valley in southeastern Arizona. The activity at the site is estimates to be about 13,000 years old. There were old charred wood sites which can be easily dated using radiocarbon dating techniques. Scientists have found quite a few Clovis era spear points and other tools. While the site remains mostly undeveloped as far as tourists are concerned, it is one of the most famous sites in North America to Palentologists. - The Murray Springs Clovis Site is another Clovis site believed to be dated back to 13,000 years ago. - The Millville Site and Petroglyphs - Millville came into being in 1879 in order to process the ore coming from the silver mines in Tombstone. It was eventually abandoned around 1886, when processing moved to Tombstone. The petroglyphs are believed to be Hohokam from about 2,000 years ago. - Tombstone, Arizona is the town too tough to die. It is the home of the famous Gunfight at the OK Corral. It is also the source of many other legends of the American west. - There are other photos, as well.

dsc_3369_fs_small.jpg dsc_3370_fs_small.jpg dsc_3371_fs_small.jpg dsc_3372_fs_small.jpg dsc_3373_fs_small.jpg
dsc_3374_fs_small.jpg dsc_3375_fs_small.jpg dsc_3376_fs_small.jpg dsc_3377_fs_small.jpg dsc_3378_fs_small.jpg
dsc_3379_fs_small.jpg dsc_3380_fs_small.jpg dsc_3381_fs_small.jpg dsc_3382_fs_small.jpg dsc_3383_fs_small.jpg
dsc_3384_fs_small.jpg dsc_3385_fs_small.jpg dsc_3386_fs_small.jpg _170746_fs_small.jpg dsc_3387_fs_small.jpg
dsc_3388_fs_small.jpg dsc_3390_fs_small.jpg dsc_3391_fs_small.jpg sanpedroriver_small.jpg dsc_3255_fs_small.jpg

Photo album created with Web Album Generator