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Wales Arnold: One of the Verde Valley's last first pioneers

Courtesy Camp Verde Historical Society<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Wales Arnold and his wife Sarah were well loved by everyone living in the Verde Valley. During their final years, the lived on a 40-acre parcel they purchased when the Department of the Interior auctioned the 200 acres adjacent to and including the post at Fort Verde.

Courtesy Camp Verde Historical Society<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Wales Arnold and his wife Sarah were well loved by everyone living in the Verde Valley. During their final years, the lived on a 40-acre parcel they purchased when the Department of the Interior auctioned the 200 acres adjacent to and including the post at Fort Verde.

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