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||Northwest Arizona is a varied land. Originally peopled by a race called "The Forgotten Ones," the area more recently was home to the Mohave, Hualapai, Chemehuevi, Havasupai, and Paiute Indians. The Mohave Museum of History and Arts presents the history of the Indian peoples and more recent residents; as well as being a repository of much Andy Devine memorabilia.|
||Among the memorabilia, the museum houses a representation of Andy's office as well as the saddle he used at many Rose Parades.||
||Inside the museum are many displays representing the early area, including this third scale diorama of the Concord Stage.|
|Outside one can find a representation of the early town as well as mining equipment and a 19th-century wooden Santa Fe caboose which you can go through.||
The Mohave Museum of History and Arts is located at 400 West Beale Street, Kingman, Arizona 86401; phone (520) 753-3195. They are open weekdays, all day and weekends in the afternoon (as of 1998--contact the museum for specific information). Or, visit their web site.
In addition to the Mohave Museum, Kingman houses the historic Bonelli House...
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