Arizona History – May 31st

Monday, May 31st

On this date in 1910, the Maricopa Reservation was quarantined because of an outbreak of whooping cough and measles.

On this date in 1923, Pipe Spring, a Mormon settlement, fort and site of the first telegraph station in Arizona territory, was made a national monument.

On this date in 1929, Lady Mary Heath, British aviatrix, stopped in Yuma during her aerial tour of the United States.

(Photo : Lady Mary Heath)

Remembering those who gave all. Memorial Day 2021. Never forget.

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