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  1. #31

    May 2013
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    The confederate came to Tucson, raised their flag without any complaints from the towns people. It wasn't up long. They heard a column of volunteers was coming from California so they took off and the American flag was raised without a shot being fired. So you could hardly call Arizona a confederate territory. The only battle that occurred in Arizona was at Picacho Peak north of Tucson and that was more like a skirmish than a battle. The only confederate soldier's that were killed in Arizona that I know of was at a Butterfield stage stop. I believe it was called Apache Springs in the Dragoon MTS. They were killed by apache indian's. That's were they're buried. You can go there and see their graves with conderate flags and two of the graves you can still read their names. While there you can also see what's left of the Butterfield stage stop.

  2. #32
    Dec 2016
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    too bad this thread is so old, I would have loved to get in on it.
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