Talk:Beale Wagon Road

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Is it true that "The Beale Wagon Road is also significant as the route of early immigration to Arizona from Utah" The Beale road was east and west. Going from Utah to Arizona was north to south, by way of Lee's Ferry. It may have been possible that for a short segment the wagons used the Beale road, but it would not have been a significant portion. I would appreciate any counter arguments or further information.
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Is it true that "The Beale Wagon Road is also significant as the route of early immigration to Arizona from Utah" That seems incorrect to me. The Beale road went east and west. Going between Utah and Arizona was north and south, by way of Lee's Ferry. It may have been possible that for a short segment the wagons used the Beale road, but it would not have been a significant portion. I believe the paragraph containing the above quote should be removed. Please add any opinions. [[User:Sabwoo|Sabwoo]] 16:45, 14 October 2012 (UTC)

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Is it true that "The Beale Wagon Road is also significant as the route of early immigration to Arizona from Utah" That seems incorrect to me. The Beale road went east and west. Going between Utah and Arizona was north and south, by way of Lee's Ferry. It may have been possible that for a short segment the wagons used the Beale road, but it would not have been a significant portion. I believe the paragraph containing the above quote should be removed. Please add any opinions. Sabwoo 16:45, 14 October 2012 (UTC)