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  • Allen

50 miles southeast of Ajo

Allen was  mining camp for local miners. The town consisted of a hotel and tents. The town went ghost about 1890.

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  • Cerro Colorado

55 miles southwest of Tucson

A mining town for the local silver mines, Cerro Colorado had several businesses, including general store and saloons. The town went ghost in the 19-teens.

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  • Gunsight

17 miles southeast of Ajo

Gunsight was a mining town for the Gunsight Mine. It had about 8 buildings, including a general store and stage stop. The town went ghost about 1896.

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  • Helvetia

30 miles southeast of Tucson

Helvetia was a mining camp. A few businesses had structures, but most were tents or shanty shacks. The town went ghost about 1921.

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  • Mineral Hill

16 miles south of Tucson

Mineral Hill was first known as Azurite. When Azurite went bust, it was bought and renamed Mineral Hill. The town had a general store and a post office. The town went ghost in the 1920's.

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  • Olive

17 miles south of Tucson

Olive was a mining camp for local mines. The town had a few businesses, including a general store. The town went ghost about 1892.

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  • Quijotoa

20 miles northwest of Sells

Quijotoa was a mining town for local mines. The town merged with two others close by, and had several businesses and other buildings. The town went ghost about 1942.

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  • Rosemont

12 miles north of Sonoita

Rosemont was a smelter town for local mines. The town has a few businesses, including a hotel and a school. the town went ghost about 1910.

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  • Silverbell

24 miles west of Marana

The original location of Silverbell, about four miles northwest of the later town, was a mining town for the local copper mines. The town had the usual types of businesses for a mining town. The town went ghost about 1904.

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  • Total Wreck

9 miles south of Pantamo

Total Wreck was a mining camp for the local silver mines. The town had three stores, four saloons, three hotels, and about a hundred residents. The town went ghost about 1890.

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  • Twin Buttes

20 miles south of Tucson

Twin Buttes was a mining town for the copper mines of Copper Glance, Senator, Morgan, and others. The town had about 300 residents with the usual businesses to support them. The town went ghost about 1930.

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