We are looking for volunteers for the Second Saturday in December to help at the Steam Pump Ranch for hours between 9:00am – 1:00pm. If you can help volunteer for anytime between those hours, it will be appreciated. Please help in one
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How did the Hohokam (ho-ho-KAHA), build their Pithouse dwellings and make their tools. Archaeology Southwest bring this challenge to Steam Pump Ranch Heritage Garden as accomplished Archaeologists re-erect Honey Bee site Pithouse. Hohokam (ho-ho-KAHA), Pithouse dwellingsGarden
Henry shares his memories during February 2010 visit Pat Spoerl, president of the OVHS Board of Directors, invited Henry to share his memories. The following is a record of his presentation as he walked the property on Feb. 15, 2010. OK,
THE FIRST STEAM PUMPS IN ARIZONA - A German emigrant, filled with dreams of becoming a big cattleman, helped solve the problem of a lack of water supply for herds of cattle near Tucson. George Pusch was born in Frankfurt
Legend of image information at the bottom of the page Henry Zif Collection 2006 Book 17 Henry Zipf Photo Collection Date of Collection: 2006 Book # 17 Page #: 2006.17.01 - 2006.17.12 2006.17.01 (Oversized) Large group gathered outside in front