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  • American Flag

5 miles southeast of Oracle

A small mining camp for the American Flag Mine, the town went ghost in the 1880's.

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  • Cochran

15 miles east of Florence

Cochran was a mining camp for the Copper Butte and Silver Belle mines. It was a railroad stop for the Sante-Fe, Prescott, and Phoenix railroad. Businesses included general store, boardinghouse, post office, and a few others. The town went ghost about 1915.

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  • Copper Creek

10 miles east of Mammoth

Copper creek was a mining camp for local mines. The town had about 200 inhabitants at it's peak, with businesses like a general store, post office, stage stop, and saloon. The town went ghost about 1942.

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  • Denoon

13 miles southwest of Superior

Either the milling town or mining town, the town of Denoon serviced the Reymert Mine. It sported a general store, two saloons, and other typical businesses. The town went ghost about 1891.

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  • Pinal

3 miles southwest of Superior

Pinal was a milling town for the Silver King Mine. The town had a mill, school, store, saloons, a total of over 100 buildings. The town went ghost about 1891.

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  • Reymert

11 miles southwest of Superior

Reymert was a mining town for the Reymert Mine. At last count, about 15 buildings are still present. The town went ghost about 1898.

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  • Sasco

15 miles southwest of Red Rock

Sasco was a smelting town for the Silver Bell and Picacho Mining Company Mines. The town had the usual run of businesses, saloons, hotels, boarding houses, etc. The town went ghost in the early 1900's.

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  • Silver King

5 miles north of Superior

Silver King was named after the Silver King Mine. The town had several hundred inhabitants, with the usual amount and variety of businesses, but went ghost shortly after the drop in silver prices in the late 1880's.

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  • Tiger

    4 miles west of Mammoth

    Tiger was a mining town for the Mammoth Mine. The town was small, with a few businesses. The town went ghost about 1954.

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  • Troy

14 miles southeast of Superior

Originally known as Skinnerville, Troy was a mining town for the local copper mines. No saloons were allowed within town limits, but there was a general store, boardinghouses, hospital, assay office, and other various businesses and residences.  The town went ghost about mid to late 19-Teens.

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  • Vekol

30 miles southeast of Casa Grande

Vekol was a small mining camp for local mines. It boasted a public library, school, boardinghouse, general store, and various other buildings and residences. The town went ghost in the early 1900's.

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