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Tres Alamos
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Millville
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Paradise
Pearce
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Richmond
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Sunnyside
Terreate
Tombstone
Tres Alamos
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Webb
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Tres Alamos means "three cottonwoods".  This location was sometimes also called "Dunbars".  Bourke says it was owned by a man named Montgomery.  It was located on the San Pedro river, 35 miles east of Tucson on Pomerene Road.  This was a well known station on the Butterfield stage line.  There was a ranch house located under some huge cottonwoods and a military telegraph station with a repairman to look after the line.  A post office was established December 2, 1874.  There are no remains of buildings or foundations at the location.

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|Bisbee|Black Diamond|Boston Mill|Brunckow's Cabin|Camp Rucker|Cascabel|Charleston|Cochise|
|Contention City|Courtland|Dos Cabezas|Dragoon Springs|Emery|Fittsburg|Fairbank|Fort Bowie|Fort Huachuca|
|Fourrs Fort|Galleyville|Garces|Gleeson|Hamburg|Hilltop|Johnson|Middlemarch|Millville|Palmerlee|Paradise|Pearce|
|Pickemup|Reef|Richmond|Russellville|Stark|Sunnyside|Terreate|Tombstone |Tres Alamos|Watervale|Webb|Willcox|

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