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(Tombstone, Ariz.) Many Arizonans think of Tombstone as too touristy. They wouldn’t be caught dead here. But plenty of life still clings to this collection of one and two-story structures spread out on a little grid of wide streets in southern Arizona. And why not? It’s got a killer name; that alone draws curiosity seekers. And for a recession-era destination, it’s great: there’s no admission fee to enter the town. Families enjoying a stay-cation don’t mind driving a couple of hours to get here from Phoenix or Tucson. A parade on Allen Street circa 1881, on the same main drag as shown above. (Photo: Kansas State Historical ...
a prolific writer about Arizona history, says that when she signs her travel books in Tombstone, she meets travelers from Romania, Ireland, Hungary, Canada, and lots and lots of Germans and Brits. Eppinga is a meticulous researcher who checks and double checks every fact in her books–eight in print and three coming soon. So I was happy to pull her away from her keyboard long enough to answer a few questions about her career and her latest book, . A Traveler’s Library : How did your interest in writing about historic Arizona get started? Jane Eppinga : About thirty years ago, I ... Read More
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