Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Sinagua, Hohokum and Southern Sinagua dating back to 1000.
Many famous people are associated with these Yavapai County historic places including Swilling, John (Jack), Rock House, King S. Woolsey, LeRoy Anderson, Mary Willard, Richard E. Sloan and John Henry "Hank" Wingfield.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Yavapai County places including USDA Forest Service, Civilian Conservation Corps, Robert McKee, Rogers & Ashton, Maxwell & Sines, LeRoy Anderson, James A. Wetmore, Santa Fe Railway, Frank N. Murphy and William N. Bowman. Prominent architectural styles found in Yavapai Country are Bungalow/Craftsman, Queen Anne and Classical Revival.
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