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Angell, Arizona

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Angell, Arizona
Ghost town
Angell, Arizona is located in Arizona
Angell, Arizona
Angell, Arizona
Location of Angell in Arizona
Coordinates: 35°11′44″N 111°18′15″W / 35.19556°N 111.30417°W / 35.19556; -111.30417Coordinates: 35°11′44″N 111°18′15″W / 35.19556°N 111.30417°W / 35.19556; -111.30417

CountryUnited States
Elevation5,912 ft (1,802 m)
Time zoneUTC-7 (Mountain (MST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC-7 (MST)
Area code(s)928
FIPS code025-01560
GNIS feature ID02340

Angell was a populated place in Coconino County, Arizona, United States.[2][1] It has an estimated elevation of 5,912 feet (1,802 m) above sea level.

The 51,700 acre Angell Grazing Allotment managed by the United States Forest Service takes its name from the settlement.[3]


A cultural history of the Flagstaff region developed by the Coltons identified a wave of migration of Mogollon culture, designated the Angell focus. Dendrochronology has dated this to the period 1100–1125 CE, and it differed in the style of house-building from the associated Winona focus, which was linked to Hohokam society.[4]

The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad siding at Angell was completed by 1882.[5] As of 1950 the station featured cinder platforms, a pumphouse, water tank, a wye, and disused concrete bunkhouse.[6]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Feature Detail Report for: Angell". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  2. "Angell". Arizona Daily Sun. 1948-07-02. p. 25. Retrieved 2020-02-03.
  3. Angell Allotment Finding of No Significant Impact & Decision Notice (PDF), United States Department of Agriculture, 2015
  4. Ted Neff; et al. (2011), An Assessment of the National Significance of Cultural Resources for the Walnut Canyon Special Resource Study (Cooperative Agreement #: H1200090005, Task Agreement and Requisition #: J7470100419, Project #: MNA-42) (PDF), National Park Service
  5. Map of the Thirteenth Twenty Five Miles of the Western Division Atlantic and Pacific Rail Road from the 301th to the 325th Mile Thirteenth Land Grant Section., Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Company, 1882
  6. Angell Station Plat, Albuquerque Division, Arizona Station 16532, Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe, Railway Company, 1950 [1915] – via Arizona State Railroad Museum Foundation

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