Crook National Forest (historical) is a physical feature (forest) in Gila County.
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|Feature Name:||Crook National Forest (historical)|
|Category:||Arizona physical, cultural and historic features|
|History:||Crook National Forest was established from a part of Tonto National Forest and other lands in 1908. It was named for General George Crook (1829-1890) and included the Mount Graham Forest Reserve. In 1953, Crook National Forest lands were divided among the Coronado, Gila, and Tonto National Forests (AZ-T101).|
NOTE: This map shows the HISTORICAL LOCATION of a feature that is no longer visible!
Note that you do not have the right to enter private property without the owner's permission. You do have a right to access goverment property that is open to the general public. The GNIS Feature Detail Report for Crook National Forest (historical) does not include property ownership information.
(7.5 miles NW)
Copper Creek, AZ (13.1 miles W)
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(15.5 miles NNW)
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