Bill Williams Mountain - Williams, Arizona
Posted by: GT.US
N 35° 14.911 W 112° 11.721
12S E 391250 N 3901258
Quick Description: This marker was found in a small park between Eastbound and Westbound US66, on the Eastbound side.
Location: Arizona, United States
Date Posted: 10/16/2010 4:17:13 PM
Waymark Code: WM9YD6
Inscription. This mountain was named for a colorful mountaineer, guide, and trapper who is generally credited with being the first American to explore northern Arizona – 1830 or earlier. Williams lived at different times among the Osage and Ute Indians, and earlier had been a Baptist circuit rider in Missouri. He was killed by Indians in 1849.
Erected 1962 by Arizona Development Board.
Marker Name: Bill Williams Mountain
Type of history commemorated: Place
Name of any agency/ agencies setting marker:
Arizona Development Board
Year placed: 1962
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