Chiricahua - Fort Bowie Double Puzzle
Located on a "sky island," Chiricahua National Monument was established to preserve and protect the unique volcanic rock formations, wildlife, and plants in the Chiricahua Mountains, once home to the Chokonen Apaches.
Between 1862 and 1894, Fort Bowie was a staging area for military campaigns against the Apache. Fort remnants and Apache Spring stand today to speak of that contentious period.
This double puzzle features images from each of these unique locations, one on the front and one on the back. It's two puzzles in one! Build it once, then flip the pieces over and build it again!
- Official puzzle approved by the National Park Service for Chiricahua National Monument and Fort Bowie National Historic Site
- 500 pieces
- Completed size: 22" x 15"