Now, let’s talk about Bisbee. In 1877, a reconnaissance detail of U.S. army scouts and cavalrymen was sent to the Mule Mountains to search the area for renegade Apaches. What civilian tracker Jack Dunn found instead were signs of mineralization indicating the presence of lead, copper and possibly silver. The first mining claim was staked in what would later become the City of Bisbee. The filing of this claim, and a multitude of others sent prospectors and speculators scurrying to the Mule Mountains in hopes of striking it rich. Numerous ore bodies were located, and Bisbee soon became known as the "Queen of the Copper Camps.” https://www.discoverbisbee.com/history
There’s more colorful history if you want to explore more on the above URL.
The town is built in a canyon. You can see in the above picture. I don’t have many pictures of the houses on the steep hillsides. When the mine shut down in the 70’s, miners moved out and hippies moved in. It’s quite an arts district now.
There are quite a few shops in town, here’s an example.
Here are some more examples of shop windows.