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The Museum of the Horse Soldier contains a fine private collection of Cavalry artifacts, equipment and memorabilia, representng the period in history from the Civil War through the end of the mounted Cavalry in 1942. The displays include uniforms, arms and accoutrements, military tack, artifacts, memorabilia and a diverse photographic and visual representation of the eras. The museum is home to Cavalry Life in Bronze, a National touring exhibition of 30+ U.S. Cavalry bronze sculptures by noted Arizona sculptor Dan Bates.

Location: Trail Dust Town, 6541 East Tanque Verde Road, Tucson Arizona 85715 Telephone 520-296-4551 Fax 520-298-3614

Other History nearby:
(Tucson) 390th Memorial Museum
(Tucson) Arizona Historical Society
(Tucson) Arizona Historical Society of Tucson
(Tucson) Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
(Tucson) Arizona State Museum
(Tucson) Charles O. Brown House

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