Miami-Globe is a bi-city in Arizona known for its large copper mining operations. Beginning in the 19th century, this region has produced and smelted copper that the United States required for electrification. The largest copper mining area of the world lies in what is called the copper triangle. It is also an area known for cattle ranching. A museum dedicated to the region’s history supported by contributions by Miami-Globe citizens, the Bullion Plaza Museum has its artifacts housed in a classical building formerly a school for native American and Hispanic kids. What’s at the museum? You’ll find cowboy and ranching history (Bohme Ranch), Arizona history and politics (including a large painting of Rose Mofford, Arizona’s first woman governor), native arts and crafts, local artists’ work, military artifacts, a wide selection of photos of early miners working, mining machinery and tools, and history of local musical talent that made it to stardom. This is a relatively new museum worth visiting. It has been created through donations and volunteer work, and it grows every day. It has free admission.