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"Oak Tree Dedication" Tumacacori National Historical Park Things to Do Tip by Basaic

  Oak Tree Dedication Sign
by Basaic
 
 

As you drive into the parking area for the Tumacacori National Historic Park you will see two signs by the building. One gives you a brief history of Tumacacori and the other is for the future dedication of an Emory Oak on 8 March 2008 to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the establishment of the park and to celebrate 100 years of statehood for Arizona in 2012. Thw sign also points out that Arizona is a Basque word meaning "the good oak tree".

Address: P. O. Box 8067, Tumacácori, Arizona 85640
Directions: Tumacácori National Historical Park is located at exit 29 off of Interstate 19, fifty miles south of Tucson, Arizona and eighteen miles north of the international border with Mexico at Nogales, Arizona/Sonora.
othercontact: Fax (520) 398-9271
Phone: (520) 398-2341
Website: http://www.nps.gov/tuma/

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  • Written Dec 28, 2007
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