"Texas John Slaughter Ranch: Indian Metate" Douglas Things to Do Tip by Basaic

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  Indian Metate
by Basaic

Just to the left as you exit the granary, you will see some large dark stones with holes in the middle. These are ancient Indian Metates found in washes on the ranch. The ancient Native Americans used these stones to grind grain for food.

Address: 6153 Geronimo Trail, Douglas, Arizona 85608
Directions: About 15 miles East of Douglas. Go East on 15th Street until it turns into Geronimo Trail. Geronimo Trail is a dirt road but is fairly well maintained.
Phone: (520) 558-2474
Website: http://www.slaughterranch.com/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jan 16, 2008
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