Arizona’s Remaining Rivers Should Not Be Dammed

In July of 1862 Sergeant George Hand and his squad from Company G of the 1st California Volunteer Infantry regiment were ordered to start marching up the Gila River from Fort Yuma. His unit was part of a small Union army, called the California Column, which had driven the Confederates from Arizona and southern New […]

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