After the disappearance of the Hohokam Indians, the Cave Creek area story resumes in 1870 with the arrival of soldiers sent to control the Tonto Apaches. The historical tapestry is woven with cattle & sheep, mining, tubercular camp and the dude ranches.
The Cave Creek area's historical tapestry is woven with cattle, sheep, mining, rustic tubercular camp and dude ranches. We offer education and interpretive exhibits that capture these experiences.
The Cave Creek historical tapestry includes Archaeology. cattle, sheep, mining, tubercular camp and dude ranches. We offer education and interpretive exhibits that capture these experiences.
Help the Cave Creek Museum celebrate our next 40 years with exhibits that include favorites from years past, original documents and letters written by the visionary founders of the museum.
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