The Mammoth Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the history of the Town of Mammoth and the Lower San Pedro River Valley region for present and future generations.
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This last Friday (9/19/14) Diana Stirling, Richard Baeza, and Walter Jones went down to the Mammoth Historical Society and continued to paint the inside of the building. We all had fun, and if you’d like to have fun with us, … Continue reading
Richard Colvin recently unearthed some items from the old stamp mill, which used to be located on the San Pedro River in Mammoth. Mr. Colvin’s property is on the old stamp mill site. While doing some excavation for improvements on … Continue reading
Mammoth Historical Society 2011 Annual Report
The Mammoth Historical Society is hosting a gathering 6 November at 1:00 PM on the patio of the Mammoth Library, free hot dogs and refreshments. Come join us and find what we are about. Share information with MHS about the … Continue reading
Famous newspaper writer George Smalley and his wife, affectionately called Vieja, encountered highway bandits while picnicing near Mammoth beside the San Pedro River. The couple were prepared, but were not accosted.
Take a look at the four photos in this collection. Do you know any of these people or places? If you do, please leave a comment. http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/cushman/results/result.do?action=browse&query=state%3A%22Arizona%22+AND+city%3A%22Mammoth%22