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  • Joint Courts Archaeological Project


    The map at right shows the Joint Courts project area from a 2005 aerial photo. Since this photograph was taken, the small gas station at the southwest corner of Council and Grosetta, and the old Coconuts nightclub building just south of Toole, have been demolished.

    Maps of the Project Area, Every 10 Years (or So)

    The following maps are taken from a report (A Cemetery and What Followed) prepared by Statistical Research Inc. These maps show buildings and the names of the occupants every 10 years or so, between 1910 and 1960. The street now called Council was previously called Miltenberg. Information on these maps is based on three primary sources of information, the Bureau of the Census, Sanborn Map Company maps, and the Tucson City Directory. These maps show the changes in land use from residential, to a mix of residential and commercial, to entirely commercial over the six decades. Please note that the lots shown at various times as 186, 196, 200, 202, and 204 N. Stone are no longer part of the Joint Courts project area.

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    Alameda-Stone Cemetery - Archaeological
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    Alameda-Stone Cemetery - Historic
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    The Bishop's visitation

    The Bishop's visitation was held Sunday, November 5, 2006; Most Reverend Gerald F. Kicanas Bishop of Tucson.

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