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    collaborating with people all over the Verde Valley, we have created safety guidelines reopening businesses may voluntarily choose to adopt.  Businesses who sign up are listed on this site, and they display the COTTONWOOD | Safe.Clean.Ready. sticker in their windows. We are posting the guidelines for you to see, as well as the businesses who sign on, constantly updated. Sign up your business now by FILLING OUT THIS FORM and emailing it to: pio@cottonwoodaz.gov​

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  • Clarkdale Historical Society and Museum

    Clarkdale Historical Society and Museum

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    About Us

    Through its collections, public programs, and preservation activities, the mission of CHSM is to foster a deep understanding and appreciation of Clarkdale's and the region's rich history as well as support economic development and contribute to a higher quality of life for its citizens.

    Clarkdale, Arizona's first master-planned community, is nationally recognized for preserving and celebrating its rich history as a fundamental part of its identity, economic development and quality of life.

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    Highlights

    • Clarkdale is a unique example of a "company" mining town. It was planned, owned and developed by Wm Andrews Clark.
    • Senator Clark bought the United Verde Copper mine in Jerome, AZ, in 1888 after failed mining efforts of others.
    • By 1912 a new smelter for the mining operation was needed; construction began next door in Clarkdale.
    • Join us today on a journey through the culture and history of Clarkdale, a uniquely preserved company mining town.

    Images

    Senator William Andrews Clark, founder of Clarkdale
    Town of Clarkdale in early 20th century
    United Verde Copper Company train
    Historic Main Street Clarkdale
    The Town Park, part of the planned company town
    Golf Course, complete with causeway across the Verde River
    Museum Bookstore, many autographed copies in stock.
    Main Street Cafe
    William A. Clark Exhibit, The Town That Clark Built
    Paul Handverger's Geological display