Eastern Arizona College
615 N Stadium Ave
Thatcher, AZ 85552
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The Mills Collection, is a significant assortment of ancient Native American pottery and other fascinating and colorful artifacts. It was donated to the Eastern Arizona College in 1983 by Jack and Vera Mills of Elfrida, AZ.
The collection contains artifacts from what is known as the Salado Period (1250 A.D. to 1450 A.D.), and is an extensive display of culture and lifestyle of the people who inhabited the region long ago.
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