Huachuca Illustrated


Prologue

History Illustrated: Prologue

This volume of Huachuca Illustrated covers the first communities to be found on the Southwestern frontier, and the Spanish entrada and colonization before the appearance of the U.S. Army.

Army of the West, 1846

Huachuca Illustrated: Army of the West, 1846

This volume of Huachuca Illustrated covers the first appearance of the U.S. Army on the Southwestern frontier, the 1846 march of Stephen Watts Kearny's Army of the West across New Mexico and Arizona, to California.

Garrisoning the Southwest

Huachuca Illustrated: Garrisoning the Southwest

This volume of Huachuca Illustrated magazine depicts in photos and narrative the efforts of the U.S. Army on the Southwestern frontier in the 1850s, 60s and 70s.

The Founding of Fort Huachuca

Huachuca Illustrated: The Founding of Fort Huachuca

This volume of Huachuca Illustrated magazine depicts in photos and narrative the 1877 founding of the post and the early years.

Fort Huachuca and the Geronimo Campaign, 1886

Huachuca Illustrated: Fort Huachuca and the Geronimo Campaign, 1886

This volume of Huachuca Illustrated magazine depicts in photos and narrative the final campaign of the Indian Wars in the Southwest.

Turn of the Century

Huachuca Illustrated: Turn of the Century

This 199-page volume in the Huachuca Illustrated series deals with the post and its units at the turn of the 20th century.

Buffalo Soldiers at Huachuca, Part I

Huachuca Illustrated: Buffalo Soldiers at Huachuca, Part I

This series of articles, which make up the "Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Huachuca" editions of the Huachuca Illustrated magazine, are about people, geography, ideas, and military operations. They try to convey what it was like to be a soldier along the Mexican border from 1913 to 1939, especially an African-American soldier. This first of three issues dedicated to the Buffalo Soldiers covers the period from 1910 to 1916.

Buffalo Soldiers at Huachuca, Part II

Huachuca Illustrated: Buffalo Soldiers at Huachuca, Part II

This series of articles, which make up the "Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Huachuca" editions of the Huachuca Illustrated magazine, are about people, geography, ideas, and military operations. They try to convey what it was like to be a soldier along the Mexican border from 1913 to 1939, especially an African-American soldier. This second of three issues dedicated to the Buffalo Soldiers covers the period from 1917 to 1930 when the 10th Cavalry was at the post.

Buffalo Soldiers at Huachuca, Part III

Huachuca Illustrated: Buffalo Soldiers at Huachuca, Part III

This series of articles, which make up the "Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Huachuca" editions of the Huachuca Illustrated magazine, are about people, geography, ideas, and military operations. They try to convey what it was like to be a soldier along the Mexican border from 1913 to 1939, especially an African-American soldier. This third of three issues dedicated to the Buffalo Soldiers covers the period from 1931 to 1939 when the 25th Infantry was at the post.

World War II at Huachuca

Huachuca Illustrated: World War II at Huachuca

In this volume of the magazine series Huachuca Illustrated, the period 1940 to 1947 is covered.

The Modern Era, 1950-2000

Huachuca Illustrated: The Modern Era, 1950-2000

This final volume of Huachuca Illustrated covers the last half of the 20th century.

Fort Huachuca Museum

Main Museum

Building 41401

Museum Annex

Building 41305

U.S. Army Intelligence Museum

Building 41411

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Sunday: Closed
Federal holidays: Closed

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