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Capt. Bullwinkle: From Chicago fireman to Flagstaff ranch foreman (access required)

Fort Valley, a small community northwest of Flagstaff, is named for Fort Moroni, a stockade built in the early 1880s by John W. Young, a son of LDS president Brigham Young. Before John Young left Arizona in 1884 to avoid arrest for polygamy, he sold Fort Moroni to the Arizona Cattle Company (ACC), a New ...

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