Miami

Towns Of Arizona





Built in 1973 Low bays  
Miami Police Department
804 Sullivan St
Miami, Arizona 85539


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Barber Johns Barber Shop
Miami (Western Apache: Goshtłʼish Tú[3]) is a town in Gila County, Arizona, United States. Miami is a classic Western copper boomtown, though the copper mines are largely dormant now. Miami's old downtown has been partly renovated, and low-cost housing is attracting new residents.







Chalo's Casa Reynoso
Founded 1915
844 West Sullivan Street
Miami, Arizona 85539-1114


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 Bed and Breakfast in Miami Arizona
198 N. Chisholm Ave • Miami, AZ 85539 • 928-473-8144


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See I Knew Elvis Wasn't Dead He Lives In Miami Az.
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Brightly paint you can't miss it today.
 (No longer a Fire Station)
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Gomez Tortilla Factory
400 Gibson St, Miami, AZ 85539-1242
phone: 928.473.2251











Winkelman is a town in Gila and Pinal counties in the U.S. state of Arizona. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the town was 444, almost all of whom lived in Gila County.

Hayden is a town in Gila and Pinal counties in the U.S. state of Arizona. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the town is 843. The economic base of Hayden's economy is the Hayden Smelter.
Hayden Smelter
Is a smelter at Hayden, Arizona, owned and operated by ASARCO. It has a 305 metre tall chimney, which is the tallest free-standing structure of Arizona
Hayden, AZ 1920

Kearny is a town in Pinal County, Arizona, United States. The town was named after General Stephen Watts Kearny, who passed through the area on November 7, 1846 while leading 100 dragoons to California. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the town is 2,765. The economic base of Kearny and nearby towns is the Ray mine and Hayden Smelter, both owned and operated by ASARCO.

Kearny was built by the Kennecott Mining Company in 1958 as a planned community to accommodate the populations of nearby Ray, Sonora and Barcelona, which were about to be swallowed by Kennecott's expanding open-pit copper mine. While many of houses in the town were newly built, some mine employees had their homes moved down the road. Kearny was officially incorporated in 1959.

Native copper, is one of the few metallic elements to occur in uncombined form as a natural mineral, although most commonly occurs in oxidized states and mixed with other elements. Native copper was an important ore of copper in historic times and was used by pre-historic peoples.
Open-pit copper mine


Superior (Western Apache: Yooʼ Łigai) is a town in Pinal County, Arizona, United States. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the town is 3,158.

Such films as U Turn by Oliver Stone, Eight Legged Freaks, How the West Was Won with John Wayne and James Stewart, Blind Justice, The Prophecy, Skinwalkers, The Gauntlet with Clint Eastwood, and Young Billy Young are set in Superior. In 2005, a Sci-fi film named The Salena Incident, also called Alien Invasion Arizona, was filmed in Superior.





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