1910: The Maricopa Reservation is quarantined due to an outbreak of whooping cough and measles.
1923: Pipe Spring, a Mormon settlement, fort and site of the first telegraph station in Arizona territory, is made a National Monument.
1929: Lady Mary Heath, British aviatrix, stops in Yuma during her aerial tour of the United States.
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