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Duff Springs - Virtual EDventures   NEW!


Watch this fascinating video with Chris Wuehrmann as he records his journey to Duff Springs!

Alexander Duff came to Arizona Territory in 1879, a trapper, prospector, and market hunter, married to a Shoshone Indian woman. He left the territory in 1906 as a respected hotel and mercantile owner, with a whole new family. In between he homesteaded at a beautiful spot on the Verde River, overlooked by a centuries-old cliff dwelling, where a crystal-clear spring bears his name; a locale still miles from any road today. He then became one of the early movers and shakers of Jerome Junction, terminus of the narrow-gauge railroad to the copper mines of Jerome and precursor community to Chino Valley. Join us in on this exploration of Duff’s story and of some of the history and natural features while visiting both these localities, prominent in the early history of Yavapai County, including discussing the prehistoric inhabitants. The video link will be emailed upon registration.


Duff Springs - Virtual EDventures
Item: Duff Springs Chris Wuehrmann
Available any time between ONLINE
1/4/2021 - 4/24/2021 Fee: $15.00