Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (October 18, 2006)
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on the finish of the nineteenth century, outlaws opined they'd particularly kill themselves than be taken alive to yes slow-boiled dying within the caldron of Yuma's territorial felony, identified nationally because the Hell gap. yet to the pioneer citizens of Yuma, the felony used to be the best constitution on the town, sitting atop a breezy hill. while the criminal was once closed, Yuma's electorate used the deserted constitution as a college. That Yuma's citizens lived fortunately the place the West's so much infamous outlaws feared to die is only one testomony to the profound energy and perseverance of the 1st settlers of the neighborhood. This photographic historical past will pay tribute to these males and women-Quechan, Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo-who regarded previous the arid panorama to ascertain a thriving river port, then a mining middle, and eventually, a verdant valley and iciness playground.