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Suburbs of Tubac: Agua Linda, Amado, Carmen, Kinsley Ranch, Tumacacori.
Zip codes in the city: 85640, 85646.
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Funeral Homes near Tubac
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Sahuarita, AZ 85629
Nogales, AZ 85621
Facts about the city
Tubac is a census-designated place (CDP) in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, United States. The population was 1,191 at the 2010 census. The place name \"Tubac\" is an English borrowing from a Hispanicized form of the O'odham name, which translates into English as \"rotten\". The original O'odham name is written Cuwak. The first syllable is accented. When first taken into Spanish speech, it was spelled Tubaca. Finally over time the last \"a\" was dropped. Tubac is situated on the Santa Cruz River.Tubac was the original Spanish colonial garrison in Arizona. It was depopulated during the O'odham Uprising in the 18th century. During the 19th century, the area was repopulated by miners, farmers and ranchers, but the town of Tubac is best known today as an artists' colony.
It was noted on February 2nd, 2014 that James L Beaty perished in Tubac, Arizona. Beaty was 76 years old and was born in Pawhuska, OK. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor James L's life.
It was written on February 2nd, 2014 that James L Beaty passed on in Tubac, Arizona. Beaty was 76 years old and was born in Pawhuska, OK. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor James L's life.
It was reported on December 27th, 2011 that Walter Blakelock Wilson perished in Tubac, Arizona. Wilson was 82 years old and was born in Auburn, NY. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Walter Blakelock's life.
It was noted on January 4th, 1996 that Dorothy Boyle died in Tubac, Arizona. Boyle was 87 years old and was born in Lawrence, KS. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Dorothy's life.
. Tubac is a census-designated place (CDP) in Santa Cruz County, Arizona Cruz County, Arizona, United States. The name is a Spanish corruption of O'odham language phrase "s-cuk baʼa", or perhaps "cu wa", meaning "black water" or "low place", respectively Tubac is situated on the Santa Cruz River.
Established in 1752 as a Spanish presidio, the first Spain colonial garrison in what is now Arizona, Tubac was one of the stops on the Camino Real (the "Royal Road") from Mexico to the Spanish settlements in California. California gambler and highwayman Jack Powers was murdered in Mexico in November 1860, south of Nogales, Sonora and his body fed to a pen of starving hogs. The uneaten part of his corpse was buried in the Arizona Territory south of Tubac.
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