Quantcast
Home (page 10)

Author Archives: Arizona Capitol Times Staff

Loyalty Sunday, Bisbee

5-19-times-past

This photograph, taken from near Castle Rock, shows the Bisbee Loyalty Sunday parade winding its way down Tombstone Canyon toward downtown. Each participant is carrying a small American flag and, according to the Bisbee Review, was “ready to do (his) ...

Read More »

Fort Yuma (access required)

5-12-times-past

  This remarkable pencil sketch of Fort Yuma was drawn about 1853 by a soldier identified only as Private Will, a member of the 2nd U.S. Infantry under the command of Capt. Samuel P. Heintzelman. A career officer from Lancaster ...

Read More »

Teenage mercenary

times-past-5-5

  Little is known about Laurence Brown – even his name is in question. He was an American and just 17 years old when he flew his bi-plane over the border and joined Calles’ Army to fight Pancho Villa in ...

Read More »

General Miles in Tucson (access required)

4-28-times-past

Nelson Appleton Miles was born Aug. 6, 1839, at Westminster, Mass. On Sept. 9, 1861, at the age of 22, he was appointed a first lieutenant in the 22nd Massachusetts Infantry. He made a distinguished Civil War record and was ...

Read More »

Charles Poston, the father of Arizona (access required)

tp-4-21

The man at the right is Charles Debrille Poston, Arizona’s first delegate to Congress and the Father of Arizona, so designated in 1899 by the 20th Territorial Legislature. With him are Louis H. Chalmers (at left), House of Representatives, Maricopa ...

Read More »