March 2010
American Road;Spring2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p40
The article offers a brief historical background of the Apache Trail, the approximately 95 mile-long road from Mesa to Globe, Arizona. According to author Richard L. Powers, around 100 Apache Indians from the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation labored on the road for a pay of around one and a half dollar a day. On March 18, 1911, former President Theodore Roosevelt traveled on the road to dedicate the dam that was renamed in his honor.


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