The Sieber Monument is at a turnout on the north side of Hwy 188 about half a mile east of where the highway crosses the lake behind the dam. The original pedestal marking the site where Al Sieber was squished is on the south side of the highway. The monument is about 28.5 miles, as the crow flies, northwest of the cemetery in Globe.
Hysterical Journey To Historic Places January 12th 2013 <strong style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;">AL SIEBER
Al was an ornery old Dutchman. In his long career in the Apache Wars he fought in more Indian engagements and killed more adversaries than Dan’l Boone, Jim Bridger, and Kit Carson combined. Al was born in Mingolsheim, Germany on February 29, 1844. His dad died in 1845 and after the Baden Uprising ended disastrously in 1848 ... read more
North America » United States » Arizona » Globe Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
When I retired a few years back my little bride insisted that I find something to do so that I would not get underfoot in such a way that it might bring about marital discord. I am all for that. Leukemia is a piece of butterscotch pie compared to marital discord. Anyway I have bought a camera and a laptop and have set off to locate sites that are of interest to me. I take pictures at those sites and write short little stories about what took place there. My cousin, Bill, has encouraged me to start a blog, whatever that is, so that I can share my adventures. Next summer, 2013 will be th... full info