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  • Alamo Crossing

About 60 miles northwest of Wickenburg

Alamo Crossing was a mining town for local small mines and prospectors. The town had a store and post office and not much else. The town went ghost on and off until the 1950's when it finally stayed dead. Currently underwater.

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  • Aubrey Landing

2 miles northeast of Parker Dam

The town had a building which combined a post office, hotel, store, and saloon. there was also a ships cabin. The town went ghost in the late 1800's.

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  • Cedar

60 miles southeast of Kingman

Cedar was a mining town of about 200 for the local mines. There was a general store, two saloons, post office, and various other businesses. The town went ghost soon after the mines played out, about 1912.

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  • Cerbat

Cerbat, (also known as Campbell), was a mining town. With a hundred or so inhabitants, it grew to a point that is was the county seat for a short time. The town had the usual amount and variety of businesses, including general store, saloons, boardinghouses, post office, lawyers, doctors, etc. The town went ghost a few times, but finally stayed ghost in the 19-teens.

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  • Chloride City

21 miles north of Kingman

Almost a ghost town

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  • Frisco

25 miles west of Kingman

Frisco was a quiet mining camp with no saloons. It did, however, have a general store, post office, and several other establishments. the town went ghost about 1915.

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  • Germa

2 miles south of Oatman

A mining camp for the Germa Mine, the town was small, but had a few businesses. The town went ghost about 1906.

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  • Golcanda

15 miles north of Kingman

Golcanda was a mining town for the Golcanda Mine. The town had a general store, saloon, poolroom, and a few other businesses. the town went ghost about 1918.

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  • Gold Basin

50 miles north of Kingman

A mining camp for local mines, Gold Basin was not a large town. It supported the locals with a few businesses, but went ghost about 1907.

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  • Goldflat

3 miles southwest of Kingman

Goldflat was a mining camp for local mines. With a total population of about 65, the town had a blacksmith, hotel, general store, restaurant, livery stable and a few other businesses. The town went ghost about 1910.

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  • Goldroad

30 miles southwest of Kingman.

Goldroad was a mining town for the Goldroad Mine. The town had several businesses, including general store, post office, etc. The town went ghost about1942.

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  • Greenwood City

20 miles south of Wikieup

Greenwood City was a mill town for the McCracken Silver Mine. It had a stamp mill, two blacksmiths, general store, barber shop, and a doctor. The town did not have a post office. The town went ghost sometime around 1880.

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  • Hardyville

7 miles south of Davis Dam

Hardyville was a ferry crossing on the Colorado River. It became a supply point for goods going inland, and had various businesses in the town. The town went ghost about 1883.

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  • Kathrine

5 miles northeast of Davis Dam

Kathrine was a mining camp of the Kathrine Mine and others. The town had a large boardinghouse, and a few other establishments. The town went ghost about 1929.

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  • Liverpool Landing

20 miles north of Parker Dam

Liverpool Landing was most likely a river landing point for supplies going to the local mines. Little else is known of this town. There was no post office, and nothing remains.

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  • Mineral Park

19 miles northwest of Kingman

Mineral Park was a milling town with a 5-stamp mill. The town boasted saloons, general stores, gambling houses, residences, and the like. The town went ghost about 1912.

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  • Mohave City

10 miles south of Bullhead City

Mohave City was a river landing and trading center on the Colorado River. The town had a general store, post office, blacksmith, tailor, cobbler. The town went ghost about 1938.

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  • Oatman

20 miles west of Kingman

Almost a ghost town.

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  • Owens

4 miles north of Wikieup

Owens was a mining camp servicing the McCracken Mine. The town had a general store, hotel, and a saloon. The town went ghost about 1914.

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  • Polhamus

5 miles north of Hardyville, near present site of Davis Dam

Polhamus was a river landing. It had a large warehouse and a few other buildings. The town went ghost in the late 1800's.

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  • Signal

22 miles south of Wikieup

Signal was a milling town for the Signal and McCracken Mines. The town had a brewery, and about 200 structures in addition to the mill. The town went ghost about 1932.

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  • Stockton

8 miles north of Kingman

Stockton was a mining town for local miner's. The town had the basic stock of businesses to support the miners, such as store, saloon, etc. The town went ghost about 1892.

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  • Virginia City

22 miles south of Wikieup

Virginia was a companion camp to the town of Signal, located just across the arroyo. The camp had a hotel, saloon, general store, as well as a smelter for local mining activity. The town went ghost about 1932.

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  • White Hills

48 miles northwest of Kingman

White Hills sprang up as a mining camp for local silver mines. The town had the usual business and some had structures. The town went ghost about 1914.

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