Bisbee, Arizona in 1908

August 29, 2010
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Bisbee, Arizona in 1908

In 1908, Bisbee had three daily newspapers: the Bisbee Daily Review, the Bisbee Evening Ore and the Daily Square Dealer. Bisbee was modern and wealthy, compared to other communities in the West. Bisbee once had a Chinese community of workers that could work by day, but would be required by law to stay inside at night. These laws were common throughout Arizona and the West. In 1908, Bisbee High's Copper Chronicle was three years old. This excerpt is from The Story of Arizona, by Will H. Robinson. This book is available from Google Books:
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Bisbee – Between a Rock and a Hard Place

August 26, 2010
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Bisbee, Arizona is notable for many curiosities and tall tales, and Bisbee folks have often found themselves "between a rock and a hard place." This phrase originates in Bisbee, and has its beginnings in the labor struggles of the early twentieth century. The phrase described the circumstances of the workers of Bisbee, who were both fighting the local mining companies, while trying to survive with their families.
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Hello Bisbee, Arizona!

August 23, 2010
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Bisbee, Arizona Copper Queen of the West

You are currently seeing a preview of the testing platform for a Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP software server stack, known as a LAMP content management system. Linux is the operating system that serves the files through an Apache file server. The actual ...
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