Skull Valley, Arizona
|Skull Valley, Arizona|
Historic railroad depot and section house in 2012.
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Skull Valley (Yavapai: Pa:qwawa Kyo) is a small, unincorporated community, and rural, ranch community in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. It is located twelve miles west of Prescott. There is a general store, a gas station, a cafe, an elementary school, an autoshop, a fire station, a church, and a post office. As of the 2003 census, the population in the Skull Valley Elementary School District was 525 people.
Skull Valley was so named when settlers found human remains resulting from a previous battle between Native Americans.
The area's history is preserved by the Skull Valley Historical Society, which operates a free museum. Robert L. Pearson, a native of the area and retired wildlife manager, has created an online photo gallery of the area's insects.
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