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Yuma, Arizona Military Surplus

P & S Soles & Salvage
9345 South Somerton Avenue Yuma, AZ
(928) 782-1984

501 West Catalina Drive Yuma, AZ
(928) 344-2976

Michael's Uniforms
860 West 32nd Street #1 Yuma, AZ
(928) 276-4731

Sharky's Backpacks & Luggage
2816 S 4th Ave # A Yuma, AZ
(928) 344-1099

Local Weather Forecast for Yuma, Arizona.

Tonight64°Tonight's minimum temperature will be 64°F33%The Weather Tonight will be Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy0%The wind direction at 3am Tonight will be from the NW6
Sunday96°Sunday's maximum temperature will be 96°F8%The weather Sunday will be Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy0%The wind direction at 3pm Sunday will be from the S6
Sunday Night64°Sunday Night's minimum temperature will be 64°F38%The Weather Sunday Night will be Mostly ClearMostly Clear0%The wind direction at 3am Sunday Night will be from the WNW3
Monday97°Monday's maximum temperature will be 97°F9%The weather Monday will be Mostly SunnyMostly Sunny0%The wind direction at 3pm Monday will be from the SSE9
Monday Night65°Monday Night's minimum temperature will be 65°F43%The Weather Monday Night will be ClearClear0%The wind direction at 3am Monday Night will be from the SE3
Tuesday97°Tuesday's maximum temperature will be 97°F11%The weather Tuesday will be Mostly SunnyMostly Sunny0%The wind direction at 3pm Tuesday will be from the S11 G 16
Tuesday Night63°Tuesday Night's minimum temperature will be 63°F45%The Weather Tuesday Night will be Mostly ClearMostly Clear0%The wind direction at 3am Tuesday Night will be from the W5
Wednesday92°Wednesday's maximum temperature will be 92°F10%The weather Wednesday will be Mostly SunnyMostly Sunny0%The wind direction at 3pm Wednesday will be from the WSW5
Wednesday Night61°Wednesday Night's minimum temperature will be 61°F44%The Weather Wednesday Night will be Mostly ClearMostly Clear0%The wind direction at 3am Wednesday Night will be from the WNW2
Thursday92°Thursday's maximum temperature will be 92°F7%The weather Thursday will be Mostly SunnyMostly Sunny0%The wind direction at 3pm Thursday will be from the WNW5
Thursday Night65°Thursday Night's minimum temperature will be 65°F15%The Weather Thursday Night will be Mostly ClearMostly Clear0%The wind direction at 3am Thursday Night will be from the N9

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thumb|left|Fort Yuma, California, circa 1875
thumb|left|Steamboats on the Colorado River at Yuma, circa 1880
thumb|left|Yuma Crossing in 1886.  The railway bridge over the Colorado River was built in 1877.
The area's first settlers were Native Americans in the United States|Native American tribes whose descendants now occupy the Cocopah and Quechan Indian reservation|reservations. In 1540, expeditions under Hernando de Alarcon and Melchior Diaz visited the area and immediately saw the natural crossing of the Colorado River as an ideal spot for a city, as the Colorado River narrows to slightly under 1,000 feet wide in one small point. Later military expeditions that crossed the Colorado River at the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area|Yuma Crossing include Juan Bautista de Anza (1774), the Mormon Battalion (1848) and the California Column (1862).
During and after the California Gold Rush to the late 1870s, the Yuma Crossing was known for its ferry crossings for the Southern Immigrant Trail, the gateway to California, as it was one of the few natural spots where travelers could cross the otherwise very wide Colorado River.
~~~First Settlements~~~
Following the establishment of Fort Yuma, two towns sprang up 1 mile down river.
The one on the California side was called Jaeger City, named after the owner of Jaeger's Ferry that crossed the river there. It was for a time the larger of the two, with the Butterfield Overland Mail office and station, two blacksmiths, a hotel, two stores, and other dwellings.[ Richard E. Lingenfelter, Steamboats on the Colorado River, 1852-1916, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1978], p.15 The other called Colorado City, Yuma County, Arizona|Colorado City, a land speculation by Charles Debrille Poston|Charles Poston and site of the custom house, sprang up on the south side of the Colorado River in what is now Arizona, but at that time was just north of the border between Sonora, Mexico and California. After the Gadsden Purchase it bordered on the Territory of New Mexico, that became the Territory of Arizona in 1863. The Colorado City site at the time was duly registered in San Diego, demonstrating that both banks of the Colorado River just below its confluence with the Gila River|Gila were recognized as being within the jurisdiction of California. The county of San Diego collected taxes from there for many years. From 1853 a smaller settlement, '''Arizona City (Yuma, Arizona)|Arizona City''', grew up on the high ground across from the fort and was organized under the name of its post office in 1858. It had adobe dwellings, two stores and two saloons. Colorado City and Jaeger City were almost completely destroyed by the Great Flood of 1862 and had to be rebuilt on higher ground and Colorado City became part of Arizona City.Thomas Edwin Farish, History of Arizona, Volume I. The Filmer Brothers Electrotype Company, San Francisco, 1915. pp. 252-253 It took the name Yuma in 1873.
~~~Early Development~~~
From 1854, Colorado City, was the major steamboat stop on the way up and down the Colorado River. The steamboats transported passengers and equipment for the various mines and military outposts along the Colorado and was the terminus of wagon traffic up the Gila River into New Mexico Territory. They offloaded the cargo from ships at the mouth of the Colorado River at Robinson's Landing and from 1864 at Port Isabel, Sonora|Port Isabel. From 1864, the Yuma Quartermaster Depot, today a state historic park, supplied all forts in present-day Arizona, as well as large parts of Colorado and New Mexico. After Arizona became a separate territory, Yuma became the county seat for the area in 1864.
The Southern Pacific Railroad bridged the river in 1877, and acquired George Alonzo Johnson's Colorado Steam Navigation Company, the only steamboat company on the river. Yuma became the head of navigation on the river, ending the need for Port Isabel, which was abandoned in 1879.

Yuma Media

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* ''Yuma Sun'' newspaper
* KYMA NBC Affiliate
* KECY-TV FOX, ABC, CW and Telemundo Affiliate
* KSWT CBS Affiliate
* KCFY 88.1 KCFY Christian Radio
* KAWC-FM|KAWC 88.9 FM Public Radio (Arizona Western College)
* KYRM 91.9 FM Radio Manantial
* KLJZ 93.1 FM Soft Rock Radio
* KTTI 95.1 FM Country Radio
* KQSR 100.9 FM Soft Rock Radio
* KCEC-FM|KCEC 104.5 FM Regional Mexican Radio
* KBLU (AM)|KBLU 560 AM Talk Radio
* KAWC (AM)|KAWC 1320 AM Public Radio (Arizona Western College)
* KCYK 1400 AM Country Radio

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