WARREN, ARIZONA: A LEGACY CARVED IN COPPER
Nestled near Bisbee, Warren, Arizona, stands as a testament to the early 20th-century copper boom. Named after mining icon George Warren, its heartbeat is the historic Warren Ballpark, America's oldest multifunctional ballpark since 1909. This ground, graced by legends like Jim Thorpe, echoes tales of sports triumphs and pivotal labor movements, notably the 1917 I.W.W. interviews. More than just a mining town's offspring, Warren intertwines its rugged architecture and spirited sports legacy with Bisbee's narrative, embodying the enduring soul of Arizona's copper country.