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Bradshaw Mountains, AZ

Bradshaw Mountains

Yavapai Co.

Smith Map, 1879; GLO, 1921

South of Prescott.  After William D. Bradshaw, an early miner here.  "He ran for Delegate to  Congress in July, 1864, as a Democrat, against Charles D. Poston, Republican, who defeated him."  McClintock.

"Bradshaw committed suicide at La Paz in 1864 and is buried there.  He operated a ferry at la Paz for some time."  Letter, C. B. Genung.  On Hamilton's map, they show as "Bradshaw or Silver mountains."  Hinton says:  "There was three Bradshaw brothers, Wm., Ben, and Ike.  They came to Arizona in 1863."

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