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  • Calabasas

8 miles north of Nogales

With a long history that included eveything from Indian and Mexican settlements to Miltary Garrison and mining town, Calabasa boomed around railroad speculation. The Santa Rita Hotel was the pride of the town, which also included store, shops, and various other businesses. The town went ghost about 1915.

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  • Harshaw

10 miles southeast of Pantagonia

Also known as Durasno, Harshaw was a mining town for local mines. There were eight to ten stores, livery, blacksmith, hotels, and other businesses. The town went ghost about the turn of the century.

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  • Lochiel

24 miles east of Nogales

Lochiel may also have been the towns of La Noria and Luttrell. There was a smelting mill, five stores, a brewery servicing three saloons, a butcher shop. If the towns listed were the same, additional businesses may be been close by. the town went ghost about 1911.

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  • Mowry

14 miles south of Pantagonia

Mowry was a mining town for the Mowry Mine (formerly the Pantagonia Mine). The town had genera; stores. saloons, a smelter, and other businesses. The town went ghost about 1913.

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  • Old GLory

25 miles west of Nogales

Old Glory was a small mining camp next to the Mexican border. The town had a general store, post office, and Justice of the Peace. The town went ghost about 1915.

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  • Oro Blanco

30 miles west of Nogales

Oro Blanco was the name of two separate mining camps. One at the Oro Blanco Mine site, which eventually went ghost, and another about 10 miles north. The town had about 225 people, and typical businesses to support the mining operations.

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  • Ruby

30 miles northwest of Nogales

Ruby was a mining camp. The town had several businesses with structures. The town went ghost about 1941.

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  • Salero

18 miles northeast of Nogales

A mining camp for the Salero Mine, the town of Salero had the typical amount of businesses. the town went ghost about 1890.

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