Pioneer homesteaders planted the fast-growing trees as windbreaks, cut them for fence posts and firewood, and worked the wood into baskets and boxes. Hollowed-out logs even served as canoes and cargo vessels. To the Mohave Indians, the cottonwood was also a primary resource. They ate the tree's raw catkins, consumed its inner bark as medicine, and wove baskets from its green twigs. The Hopi and Pueblo kachina dolls could only be carved from cottonwood roots--where good spirits lived.
Cottonwood claims 25 species around the world, from the Himalayan Mountains to the plateaus of Chile. The U. However, only two cottonwoods have commercial importance: Eastern cottonwood Populus deltoides , native from the Midwest to the Atlantic, and black cottonwood Populus trichocarpa , which grows in the valleys of the Pacific Northwest.
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The area is unsurpassed in its variety of physical beauty with the red rocks and Mogollon Rim to the north and east and the Black Hills and Mingus Mountain dominating the western and southern portions of the valley. The City of Cottonwood is located adjacent to the Verde River at elevations ranging from 3, feet to 3, feet above sea level and experiences a mild climate which, together with its proximity to an abundance of natural amenities such as the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Tuzigoot National Monument and the historic mining communities of Clarkdale and Jerome, continues to attract steady growth and tourism.
The region includes 20 square miles of State Trust Land most of which is located along state highways between Cottonwood and Sedona and between Cottonwood and Camp Verde. Early History As with other communities in the Verde Valley, the City shares a rich and lengthy history. The region has long been home to Native Americans, particularly the Sinaugua and later the Yavapai and Apache. She expanded the network from to 1, single family offices and private equity firms.
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She is the first Dutch citizen who made it to the list in this category. According to the United States Census Bureau , the town has a total area of 0. As of the census  of , there were 9 people, 6 households, and 3 families residing in the town. The population density was 9. There were 9 housing units at an average density of 9. The racial makeup of the town was There were 6 households, of which The average household size was 1.
The median age in the town was Why Use Native Plant Materials? Why Are Some Plants Rare? Are All Rare Plants Endangered? How are Rare Plants Conserved? How Can I Help?Jul 26, · My father Marion Charles Mower was born in Cottonwood South Dakota in I visited there in will be traveling to SD in September so glad to see this post looking forward to seeing this little piece of family history. Reply. Steve Johnstone says: July 28, at pm The Buckhorn Bar is now a residence and has been for several years.