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 We've assembled a small collection of written works and maps about Douglas. The stories are colorful, ranging from outlaw baseball leagues of the early '20's to Indian history, to the Mexican Revolution and the early days of copper mining in southern Arizona and more.

Douglas is rich with international history and a bright future. Come and see what lured Pancho Villa, Amelia Earhardt, Ginger Rogers and other celebrities and legends. Douglas – a small town with big stories.

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Did You Know?
The city's first newspaper was called the International. The paper's first issues were printed in Bisbee and sent down to Douglas for distribution. In March of 1902, the Douglas Dispatch (still published today) presented its first issue, with A.F. Banta as the first publisher.
Historic Douglas

 Historic Douglas Take a tour through Douglas’ fascinating past from its early mining history to the later Maquiladores years. These are the places and faces that have made Douglas Arizona’s home town.

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