Arizona National Historic Landmarks

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Arizona National Historic Landmarks

Displaying 1 to 39 of 39 records
Formal Name City Type
Air Force Facility Missile Site 8 (571-7) Green Valley Site
Awatovi Ruins Keams Canyon Site
Casa Malpais Site Springerville Site
Colter, Mary Jane, Buildings Grand Canyon National Park District
Desert Laboratory Tucson Building
Double Adobe Site Douglas Site
El Tovar Grand Canyon Building
Fort Bowie and Apache Pass Bowie District
Fort Huachuca Fort Huachuca District
Gatlin Site Gila Bend Site
Grand Canyon Depot Grand Canyon Building
Grand Canyon Lodge Grand Canyon National Park Building
Grand Canyon Park Operations Building Grand Canyon National Park Building
Grand Canyon Power House Grand Canyon National Park Building
Grand Canyon Village Grand Canyon District
Hubbell Trading Post Ganado District
Jerome Historic District Jerome District
Kinishba Ruins Fort Apache District
Lehner Mammoth-Kill Site Hereford Site
Lowell Observatory Flagstaff Building
Merriam, C. Hart, Base Camp Site Flagstaff Site
Mission Los Santos Angeles De Guevavi Nogales Site
Navajo Nation Council Chamber Window Rock Building
Old Oraibi Oraibi District
Painted Desert Inn Petrified Forest National Park Building
Phelps Dodge General Office Building Bisbee Building
Point of Pines Sites Morenci Site
Pueblo Grande Ruin & Irrigation Sites Phoenix District
San Bernardino Ranch Douglas District
San Cayetano De Calabazas Nogales Site
San Xavier Del Bac Mission Tucson Building
Sierra Bonita Ranch Bonita Building
Snaketown Chandler vicinity Site
Taliesin West Scottsdale Building
Tombstone Historic District Tombstone District
Tumacacori Museum Tumacacori Building
Ventana Cave Santa Rosa Site
Winona Site Winona District
Yuma Crossing and Associated Sites Yuma District
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Primary Data Source: National Park Service's National Historic Landmarks Program.

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