Fort Date Creek, also known as Camp McPherson or Camp Date Creek, was a United States Army post established in 1867 sixty miles south of Prescott, Arizona. It was built to safeguard American settlers in Yavapai County.

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  • Fort Date Creek, also known as Camp McPherson or Camp Date Creek, was a United States Army post established in 1867 sixty miles south of Prescott, Arizona. It was built to safeguard American settlers in Yavapai County. (en)
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  • 1867
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  • An 1869 map of Camp Date Creek and the adjoining Hualapai reservation.
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  • United States Army
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  • Army post
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  • 1867 (xsd:integer)
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  • Fort Date Creek, also known as Camp McPherson or Camp Date Creek, was a United States Army post established in 1867 sixty miles south of Prescott, Arizona. It was built to safeguard American settlers in Yavapai County. (en)
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  • Fort Date Creek (en)
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  • Fort Date Creek (en)
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