Gila Bend, Arizona
Gila Bend, founded in 1872, is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The town is named for an approximately 90-degree bend in the Gila River. Gila Bend has a population of approx. 2,000.
Sentinel Peak in Tucson, Arizona
Travel with me to Sentinel Peak in Tucson, Arizona where I explore this iconic landmark's history and influence upon the city. The peak is popularly known as A Mountain because of the giant A on its side for the University of Arizona.
Additional Note: Solomon Warner erected a flourmill on the slope of Sentinel Peak between 1874-75. This mill led some people to refer to Sentinel Peak as Warner's Mill during that time.
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All historic images used in this video fall within the public domain. Google Earth was used for mapping scenes. Photos are credited in the order they appear in the video:
*Santa Cruz River from Sentinel Peak. Nineteenth Century. Unknown source.
*Father Eusebio Francisco Kino with O'odham guide. Diorama exhibit at Tumacacori National Historic Park. Tumacacori, Arizona.
*Murillo, Raimundo. Soldado de cuera. 26 August 1804. General Archive of the Indies. Seville, Spain.
*Flag of the First Mexican Empire, 1821-1823.
*Nebel, Carl. Fall of Mexico City during the Mexican-American War. 1851.
*Map of Mexican Cession, 1848. Created by Wikipedia user Kballen. 6 April 2008. (released for use)
*John Russell Bartlett (1805-1886). 1850s. Record ID #569978. New York Public Library. New York City, New York.
*Bartlett, John Russell. Tucson, Sonora from the Southwest. 18 July 1852. John Russell Bartlett Collection, The John Carter Brown Library, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.
*Map of Gadsden Purchase, 1853. Created by Wikipedia user XcepticZp. 23 March 2008. (released for use)
*Flag of the Confederate States of America, 1861-1865.
*Old Main. 1889. Special Collections. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona.
*'A' Mountain. 1916. Special Collections. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona.
*Sentinel Peak quarry. Early twentieth century. Unknown source.
*Sentinel Peak Brewing Company logo.
Arizona by Drone in 4K
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I need to say a very big Thank You to Chris of Epic Adventure Rides. He dedicated two days of his time to helping us film around Page, Arizona. Many of the shots you see in this video would not have been possible without his help. If you're in Page, I highly recommend reaching out to him and going on an Epic Adventure:
For our 12th video in our Blank by Drone series, we bring you to the dramatic landscapes of Arizona! It has been almost a year and a half since our last Blank by Drone video, but we're happy we FINALLY got around to editing this one.
We filmed this on the tail end of our 14-month RV trip around the country. We were driving from California back to Maryland, and spent about a week in Arizona. It is such a beautiful state, and we were able to witness some pretty dramatic weather during our time there as well.
If you have the opportunity to travel to Arizona, you should do it! Make sure you give yourself enough time to take it in and enjoy it.
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INSIDE Yuma Territorial Prison In Arizona
No driving today. Just enjoying some great interactive history of Yuma, Arizona's Yuma Territorial Prison
Picacho Peak State Park in Arizona
Picacho Peak is a noted landmark in southern Arizona where one of the westernmost engagements of the Civil War took place on April 15, 1862.
Why people move to Arizona
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San Diego CA to Casa Grande AZ Time Lapse Drive I-8 Eastbound
Showing Every Single Mile of The entire eastbound of I-8.From San Diego CA to Casa Grande AZ,where I-8 ends on I-10.Starting From Coronado CA the drive takes through downtown San Diego CA on I-5 the I-8 interchange where I-8 begins.Then onward to La Mesa,El Cajon and Alpine CA,Ten going through the Cleveland National Forest.The down the grade into the desret to El Centro CA.From there you will see the Algodones Dunes along the Mexican border.The onward into Yuma Arizona.From there you will go through a small mountain range.You will see the I-8 westbound underpasses.from there it's a desert seeing Welton,Dateland and Gila Bend AZ.Then Finally into Casa Grande AZ where I-8 ends on I-10.
Lunch at Martha's Garden north of Yuma AZ. just some thing to do.
Quartzite, Arizona, drive though town on U.S. Route 95 Highway on way to Las Vegas, Nevada
Quartzite, Arizona, drive though town on U.S. Route 95 Highway on way to Las Vegas, Nevada from Yuma, AZ
Robert Trudell drives though Quartzite on his way to the US National Table Tennis Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sentinel Rest Area, Arizona, I-8 Freeway, 16 March 2013
Sentinel Rest Area, Arizona, I-8 Freeway, 16 March 2013