CHIR

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CHIRChiricahua National Monument (US National Park Service)
CHIRCommission of History of International Relations
CHIRCriminal History Information Record (Korea National Police)
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VAST PILES OF MYSTERIOUS-looking, oversized rock formations await the hiker who reaches the place Chiricahua Apache Indians named "Land of Standing Up Rocks," a place that's better known today as Chiricahua National Monument.
Last November, when we set out to do a mapping project on one of these sites in Chiricahua National Monument, we found several pieces of an 18th-century Spanish flintlock," says Bruce Huckell, associate professor of anthropology.
Heupel, a law-enforcement ranger from Chiricahua National Monument in southeastern Arizona, stepped into the chaos, looking for the worst cases.
Crews are also working to reduce fuel around historical buildings at Chiricahua National Monument - which is closed to the public until further notice - and private structures in the Whitetail Canyon area.
Then you can head off into the country again, past signs to places with evocative names such as Jesse James Canyon, to dream of Geronimo and Co in the "land of the standing up rocks" - the Chiricahua National Monument.
Every Tuesday and Thursday there is a ride to the Chiricahua National Monument, a geological formation borne out of a volcanic eruption 27 million years ago.
Every Tuesday and Thursday there is a ride to the Chiricahua National Monument - a geological formation borne out of a volcanic eruption 27 million years ago.
You can also drive to nearby sites like Fort Bowie, where you can see remnants of the 19th century outpost, or Chiricahua National Monument with its spectacular rock formations.