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The Battle of Picacho Pass Photos:

LtJBarrettBurialSite1.jpg (44186 bytes)

Suspected Burial Site of Lt. James Barrett.  The Little grass clearing to the left center in the trees behind is where according to all research he is supposed to be buried.  This is also where he was killed during the Fight. 


LtJBarrettBurialSite2.jpg (61331 bytes)

Barrett's Burial Site is the small grass clearing to the right of the center in the trees beyond.  It was taken just to the left of first photo.


PicachoPassPkBattleSite3.jpg (51990 bytes)

Second photo is Looking toward Picacho Peak a southwesterly direction from the Battle Site.


 PicachoMtnsLookingEast4.jpg (42929 bytes) 

Picacho Mountains in Background looking East from Battle Site.


OldOverlandMailRoad5.jpg (34175 bytes)

This photo was taken from the same spot as the previous.  This is the Old Overland Mail Route Looking South Toward Tucson from the Battle Site.


PicachoPassStation6.jpg (37572 bytes)

Site of the Old Picacho Pass Station.  The lone saguaro cactus in the center is the site where the station stood.  The picture was taken looking in a westerly direction from the Old Road.


Written by Arnold Franks
Copyright © 2000 Arnold Franks
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