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Flock to Arizona in hopes they would find gold and riches there, too! 39 Copper The Spanish first discovered copper in Arizona during their early expeditions in the 1500s; however, more than 200 years passed before anyone attempted to mine it. One of the state’s founding fathers, Charles Debrille Poston, started one of the first mines near Tubac in the mid-1800s, but attacks by the Apaches halted his operation. Soldiers found copper ore deposits near Bisbee and Copper Douglas, but the Civil War kept them from mining there for several years.
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