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Little bighorns

from White Mountain Independent

Throughout our history of European settlement, numbers of wildlife were diminished all over the United States. Because of the rugged terrain in Arizona's high country, this mountain was slower to develop, and thus maintained healthy populations of wildlife longer. Eventually, however, most wild ungulates were hunted to near extinction. Bighorn sheep fared better than some others. But when Fort Apache was established in 1879, food demands for the army caused big changes. more


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