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  • Bellevue

5 miles southwest of Miami

Bellevue was a milling town for the Gibson Copper Mine. With about 300 inhabitants, the town had the usual businesses, including post office, a stage stop, general store and boarding house. The town went ghost during the depression.

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  • Chilito

8 miles north of Hayden

The mining camp of Chilito serviced the local London-Arizona Mine. The town had a population of about 200 at it's peak. The town went ghost about 1920.

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  • Copper Hill

4 miles northwest of Globe

Copper Hill was a mining town for the local mines. It had typical businesses for a mining town, including boardinghouse, general store, post office, etc. The town went ghost about 1933.

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  • McMillanville

28 miles north of Globe

McMillanville was a mining camp for the Stonewall Jackson Mine and other local mines. The town had general stores, Saloons, casinos, boardinghouses, and other buildings. The town went ghost about 1882.

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  • Nugget

10 miles north of Globe

Nugget was a small mining camp for the Nugget Mine. There was the usual array of mining camp businesses, including post office, general store, saloon, etc. The town went ghost about 1884.

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  • Pioneer

15 miles southwest of Globe

Pioneer was a mining town. It had a brewery, saloons, general stores, a school, post office, and other businesses. The town went ghost about 1885.

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