Copper Queen Library In Small-Town Arizona Is Older Than The State Itself
We all know Arizona has a rich history, but not everyone is aware that certain places date back to before the state became part of the United States. Copper Queen Library is one such locale, having stood the test of time for nearly 150 years.
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