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 Cochise County boasts a number of wonderful scenic and historic sites and Douglas is no exception. Douglas is home to the Hotel Gadsden, one of the southwest’s most famous hotels, dating to 1907. After a devastating fire in 1918, the hotel was rebuilt and maintains the much of the same charm of the early days. The hotel features a magnificent marble columned lobby and a Tiffany stained glass window. To find out more, go to www.hotelgadsden.com.

Douglas is also home to other historic sites, stories and landmarks that define the southwest and northern Mexico.

 
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The Arizona Rangers, lead by a colorful ex-cavalryman named Thomas H Rynning, moved to Douglas to curtail the rowdy lawlessless. The group was made up of mix of hard-riding and straight shooting men from the Texas Rangers, Rough Riders and veteran Arizona law enforcement officers.
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