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Graham County, Arizona

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Graham County was created on March 10, 1881. It is named after the mountain by the same name which was named after Lt. Col James Duncan Graham, and was the first Arizona county to break the tradition of naming counties for Native Americans.

The county is home to several organizations including Eastern Arizona College and the Mount Graham International Observatory, which includes one of the world's largest and most powerful telescopes. It also contains part of the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.

Master Project Graham Name Study

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Aravaipa (Ghost Town)
  • Bonita
  • Bryce
  • Bylas
  • Cactus Flats
  • Camp Goodwin (Ghost Town)
  • Central
  • Eden
  • Fort Grant
  • Fort Thomas
  • Geronimo (Ghost Town)
  • Klondyke (Ghost Town)
  • Old Columbine
  • Peridot (part)
  • Pima
  • Safford (County Seat)
  • San Jose
  • Solomon
  • Spenazuma (Ghost Town)
  • Swift Trail Junction
  • Thatcher

Indian Reservations

  • Fort Apache Reservation
  • San Carlos Apache Reservation



Coronado National Forest (part)

Gila Box Riparian Nat'l Cons. Area (part)