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6 edition of Coronado National Memorial found in the catalog.

Coronado National Memorial

by Rose Houk

  • 64 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Southwest Parks and Monuments Association in Tucson, Ariz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Coronado National Memorial (Ariz.),
  • Arizona,
  • Coronado National Memorial.
    • Subjects:
    • Coronado, Francisco Vásquez de, 1510-1554.,
    • Natural history -- Arizona -- Coronado National Memorial.,
    • Coronado National Memorial (Ariz.) -- Description and travel.,
    • Coronado National Memorial (Ariz.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Statement[written by Rose Houk ; edited by Derek Gallagher].
      ContributionsGallagher, Derek.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF817.C5 H68 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination15 p. :
      Number of Pages15
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL375814M
      ISBN 101877856908
      LC Control Number98037710
      OCLC/WorldCa39930542

      Coronado National Memorial: A History of the Huachuca Mountains and Montezuma Canyon; Joseph Sanchez; ; Book; Published by: University of Nevada Press; View contents. View Citation; Buy This Book in Print. summary. This is a book about a national park, but it is also a fascinating regional history of a key region in the Southwest and its.   Before she attended UNM, Monagle worked as a seasonal archaeologist for the National Park Service at Chiricahua National Monument, Coronado National Memorial, and Fort Bowie National .

        Saturday: Explore Coronado National Memorial. Drive towards Tumacacori (~2 hrs from Coronado), and consider staying in one of the smaller towns in between, like Patagonia. Sunday: Explore Tumacacori. Drive back to Phoenix (~ hrs), and consider stopping at Tubac on the way home for lunch and art.   The Coronado National Memorial includes flat areas of the San Pedro Valley at the base of the Huachuca Mountains and the southern part of the mountain range itself, before it .

        This book on the history of the Coronado National Memorial is pretty comprehensive which outlines the history of the memorial which was designed as a international memorial to commemorate the th Anniversary of Coronado's exploration of the Southwest which took place around The book contains pages of written material, about 35 Reviews: 1. Save on popular hotels near Coronado National Memorial, Nogales: Browse Expedia's selection of hotels and places to stay closest to Coronado National Memorial. Find cheap deals and discount rates among them that best fit your budget. It's simple to book your hotel with Expedia!


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Coronado National Memorial by Rose Houk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Coronado National Memorial commemorates the Coronado Expedition of and its lasting impacts on the culture of northwest Mexico and the southwestern United States.

The clash of cultures and fusion of Spanish and American Indian traditions are still evident in the southwest today. Hotels near Coronado National Memorial: ( mi) Casa de San Pedro ( mi) Ramsey Canyon Inn Bed and Breakfast ( mi) Battiste's Bed, Breakfast & Birds ( mi) Beatty's Guest House and Orchard ( mi) Rail Oaks Ranch; View all hotels near Coronado National Memorial on Tripadvisor/5().

Members of the Coronado Expedition walked nearly 4, miles throughout the two-year journey. Now it’s your family’s turn to follow in Coronado’s footsteps with the Coronado National Memorial Junior Ranger Guide.

Take a trip to Coronado National Memorial in Sierra Vista, Arizona and bring this handy adventure guide along. Junior Ranger booklet. NPS Photo. Here at Coronado National Memorial we feel the future stewardship of our park is of the utmost importance.

A Junior Ranger is an explorer.A Junior Ranger is a learner, and this type of learning is informal and fun.A Junior Ranger is a protector of the national parks. Junior Rangers discover things they can do to help make sure there are always parks. Hotels near Coronado National Memorial: ( mi) Casa de San Pedro ( mi) Ramsey Canyon Inn Bed and Breakfast ( mi) Battiste's Bed, Breakfast & Birds ( mi) Beatty's Guest House and Orchard ( mi) Rail Oaks Ranch; View all hotels near Coronado National Memorial on Tripadvisor/5(9).

Explore camper reviews and photos of the campgrounds in Coronado National Memorial. Last-minute getaway. Camping near Coronado National Memorial is easy with Hipcamp, where private landowners offer one-of-a-kind camping experiences.

Hiking the Coronado Memorial Means Hiking Through a Site of Conscience. I like that. A site of conscience.

Staring across the valley into the green and vast grasslands of Mexico, the Coronado National Memorial is a perfect place to reflect on history.

Print book: National government publication: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Coronado National Memorial (Ariz.) Arizona -- Coronado National Memorial. 16 reviews of Coronado National Memorial "The park service lady (Kim) was very helpful and kind.

The history of Coronado National Memorial is interesting. The road to Montezuma Pass is unpaved. I was a little nervous as a passenger because the 6 Yelp reviews.

Instead, Montezuma Canyon has great economic and social value as a place for public recreation in Coronado National Memorial. Want to know more. We recommend Dr. Joseph P. Sanchez’s excellent book “Coronado National Memorial – A History of Montezuma Canyon and the Southern Huachucas.”.

Coronado National Memorial is located on the Mexican Border. It is south of Sierra Vista where Arizona Route 92 veers away from the Huachuca Mountains and heads east to Bisbee. Close to the Coronado National Memorial’s location is the route traversed by Francisco Coronado when he was sent to find the fabled cities of Cibola or the Lost Cities of Gold.

In this video, Mike Foster talks about the Coronado National Memorial and the Coronado Expedition for which this memorial is named. This is a great Day Trip for a warm day.

Bring a picnic for the top of Montezuma Pass at ft. elevation. Explore the cave on the property. Continue reading. Coronado National Memorial It was a journey of conquest, filled with exploration, wonder - and cruelty. Inspired by tales of vast cities of gold, European soldiers and over Aztec allies embarked on an epic journey through arid deserts and rugged mountains.

The Coronado National Memorial commemorates the first organized expedition into the Southwest by conquistador Francisco Vásquez de Coronado.

The memorial is located in a natural setting on the international border on the southeast flank of the Huachuca Mountains south of Sierra Vista, Arizona. At Coronado National Memorial the future stewardship of the park is of the utmost importance.

A Junior Ranger is an explorer. A Junior Ranger is a learner, and this type of learning is informal and fun. A Junior Ranger is a protector of the national parks.

And it begins with the name: Coronado. The location of the park, Joseph P. Sanchez writes in his book Coronado National Memorial, “was predicated on a route determined by historians to be near the place where explorers of the Coronado expedition ().

Coronado: Coronado National Memorial, Arizona. [United States. National Park Service.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: United States. National Park Service. OCLC Number: The Coronado National Memorial commemorates the first organized expedition into the Southwest by conquistador Francisco Vásquez de memorial is located in a natural setting on the international border on the southeast flank of the Huachuca Mountains south of Sierra Vista, memorial confirms the ties that bind the United States and Mexico.

Need the individual park sticker for Coronado National Memorial to complete your Passport to Your National Parks Book. Well now you can get it. Included are two stickers on one backing; one depicting an iconic image of the park and one with interpretive information about the park.

About Coronado National Memorial Lying 22 miles south of Sierra Vista and 5 miles off SR 92, Coronado National Memorial was established to commemorate Francisco Vázquez de Coronado's exploration of the Southwest.

The expedition, the first European venture across what is now the U.S.-Mexican border, began in February when the viceroy of Mexico sent young Coronado. The site was first designated?Coronado International Memorial?

in in the hope that a comparable adjoining area would be established in Mexico. Despite interest by the government of Mexico, the Mexican memorial was never created; therefore, Coronado National Memorial was established by Harry S.

Truman in Coronado National Memorial explores forgotten pathways through Montezuma Canyon in southeastern Arizona, and provides an essential history of the southern Huachuca Mountains.

This is a magical place that shaped the region and two countries, the United States and Mexico. Its history dates back to the expedition led by Conquistador Francisco Vásquez de Coronado ina mere forty-eight years.

The creation of Coronado National Memorial brought together ranchers, miners, bureaucrats from local, state and federal levels, governors, congressmen, and cabinet members from the Department of State and the Department of the Interior.

This book is a must read for students, professionals, and the general public. Reviews: 1.