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This small rock building, once used as a summer kitchen, is the last remaining original structure on the James Page Homestead and is now preserved by the Arizona Game and Fish Department Page Springs Fish Hatchery.

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Page Springs historic sites to receive markers

Beginning in the 1880s, Cornville pioneer James Page developed a 280-acre ranch, part of which is now the Page Springs Fish Hatchery.


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