- The Devastating Southern Arizona Earthquake of 1887
- Buy the E-Book! “Southern Arizona’s Extraordinary History” Is Now Available!
- Baseball History in Bisbee Arizona; Warren Ballpark
- Thar be History in Bisbee’s Evergreen Cemetery
- The Day Amelia Earhart Dropped In For Dinner
- A Story of Miracle Mountain in the Mule Mountains near Bisbee, AZ
- You Are Invited: Bisbee Overnight Tour
- Southern Arizona Reading: J. A. Jance; A Review
- Big Snow in Bisbee – January 2013
- Bisbee, AZ Burns To The Ground. Hundreds Are Homeless!
- Bisbee Grand Hotel Bed & Breakfast: A Review.
- A Slideshow of Unique and Historic Homes in Bisbee
- Ghosts of Bisbee
- Inn At Castle Rock, Bisbee: A Lodging & Dining Review.
- The Bisbee Massacre
Editor’s Note: at the time of the devastating Southern Arizona Earthquake of 1887, there were only about 90,000 people living in all of Arizona Territory. The following account was written by Henry Bethea for The Copper Chronicles, a joint project of the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum & Bisbee’s … Continue reading
“Southern Arizona’s Extraordinary History” is now an E-BOOK for only $19.95. Discount Code: You can get your copy here in PDF format or you can find the print version at Antigone on 4th Avenue; the gift shops of Tucson’s better resorts and hotels; Arizona State Museum; Tucson Visitor Center at … Continue reading
Bisbee, Arizona boasts an exciting piece of baseball history. It is home to the Warren Ballpark, considered the oldest continuously used professional baseball venue in the country. The field was built in 1909, five years before Wrigley Field in Chicago!Continue reading
Cemeteries are a great place to find history and Bisbee definitely has that. A visit to the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum will orient a new visitor. This year (2015) we went to Bisbee to go to the Cemetery Tour to learn more about the history of the people that … Continue reading
(Annie Larkin is one lucky lady. As curator of the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, she gets to hunt through old cases & drawers in this wonderful old building in search of hidden treasures, such as the story below. Reproduced with permission.) In September of 1928, Amilia Earhart was one … Continue reading
Southern Arizona is an interesting mix of modern life and ancient tradition. Here is one of those stories in the Mule Mountains close to Bisbee. Enjoy. Mike Foster, San Pedro River Videos, is an ardent supporter of the Friends of the San Pedro River which serves to educate people about … Continue reading
Hi, I’m Jim Gressinger. Please join me on Southern Arizona Guide’s exclusive Bisbee Overnight Tour. This will be a boutique tour. Many of the places we will visit will be open only to our small group. Here’s a sample of what we are planning for your enjoyment. • Three fine … Continue reading
Years ago, when Jim and I visited Bisbee for the second or third time, we had occasion to stay overnight at the Copper Queen to seek out the ghosts of Bisbee, who were said to inhabit this century old grande dame hotel. We were given an impromptu tour of the … Continue reading
This video shows the homes of Bisbee in a rare snowstorm. Thanks to Mike Foster for this. Just in time for Christmas. For more Bisbee History see our Local History of Bisbee page. For more interesting things to do in Bisbee see our Things to Do in Bisbee page. … Continue reading
The following account of the 1908 Bisbee fire was written by Henry Bethea for The Copper Chronicles, a joint project of the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum & Bisbee’s KBRP Radio Station. He holds the copyright and this article is reproduced here with permission.Continue reading