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Desert Grave

Fairbank Ghost Town Cemetery, San Pedro River in Cochise County, Arizona.

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Changes to the Schedule

Project 3: Cups

4/20 and 21     Bisque Fire

4/27 and 29   Glaze Fire

5/5      Critique

Project 4: Jars

3/20    Sketches due 

3/27 Lether Crit

4/3 LAST WET CLAY DAY! 30 more words

Fairbank

San Pedro Ghost Towns

The San Pedro River flows north from the Mexican border near Sierra Vista, Arizona, to the Gila River north of Tucson. As a source of water, it was invaluable to both native peoples and white settlers alike. 517 more words

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Room Schedule 

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How to use this blog

You are expected to make least one post and one comment each week, but feel free to do more. This is a place for you to share with each other in a way we can’t in the classroom. 231 more words

Guide to the Southern Arizona Ghost Town Road Trip (Day Two)

On December 1st, Nightborn Travel posted about Day One of our Southern Arizona Ghost Town Roadtrip, and this post will finish our guide to this journey through some of Arizona’s (sort of) abandoned and historic towns, including our stay in Tombstone, and our visits to Charleston and Fairbank. 1,075 more words

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Captain King Drills

150 Years Ago Today

November 22, 1866

It’s a damp, overcast morning in the Enniskillen bush. It has snowed overnight, but the ground has yet to freeze and the ubiquitous mud makes moving anywhere but on the duck boards and corduroy of the tie road into Petrolia a misery. 599 more words

Petrolia