Gila County, AZ
By Michael Liddy on September 13th, 2008
The elevation of Gila County varies from 2,123 feet at Roosevelt Dam to 7,153 feet at Mount Ord. Over half of the county is occupied by the San Carlos Indian Reservation, which in turn extends into Graham County for half its own area. The principal industries of Gila County have always been and continue to be mining and the raising of livestock.”(1)
County Profile-Arizona Department of Commerce
Local Government Website
Cities of County
Central Heights-Midland City
Sites to See
Gila County Library District
Located on Route 87 (Beeline Highway)
P.O. Box 564 Pine, Arizona 85544
The Museum of the Forest (Northern Gila County Historical Society)
1001 W. Main St., P. 0. Box 2532, Payson, AZ 85547
Gila County Historical Museum
1330 N Broad St AZ
Rim Country Museum
700 Green Valley Parkway, Payson, AZ 85541
Wednesday-Sunday 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and Christmas
Books/Manuscripts found in the ASU Library Catalog
A. Cone Webb collection, 1890-1970 (bulk 1890-1933) [manuscript]
MS FM MSS 74
Copper bottom tales : historic sketches from Gila County / W.A. Haak.
F817.G5 H32x 1991
Prehistoric and historic Gila County, Arizona / Dan Rose.
Preliminary report, history, physiography and governmental relationships : Gila County.
XCGI 3.2:P 49
Apache Trail, 1916-1991 : the wonder trip through oldest America / rephotography by William C. Packard ; vintage photographs by H.C. Tibbitts ; essay by Richard Pearce-Moses.
F812 .P33x 1991
- Barnes, Will C.; Granger, Byrd (ed.) Arizona Place Names University of Arizona Press. 1960.P. 94 [?]