Spaulding Station in Agua Fria Valley
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Originally known as the Agua Fria Station, Spaulding Station was located near present-day Dewey, Arizona, and established by Henry Spaulding sometime before 1876. Spaulding's Station was a stopping point for travelers. Stagecoach travel did not formally begin for another two years. On December 3, 1888, Spaulding sold his ranch to Robert DeLarge, a stock raiser of New Mexico. Source: Catch the Stage to Phoenix by Leland L. Hanchett, Jr. Phoenix, Arizona: Pine Rim Publishing, 1998.
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