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A Brief History of Kingman, AZ

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The child sexual assault attorneys from Kingman bring you this article about the city of Kingman. Our experienced lawyers hope to encourage you to learn more about the history of Kingman.

Short History of Kingman

Kingman is a city of Mohave County, Arizona. As the seat of the county, it was founded as part of the Arizona Territory in 1882. Located in the Hualapai Valley between the Hualapai and Cerbat mountain ranges, Kingman was a railroad siding near Beale Springs. It was named after the civil engineer Lewis Kingman who supervised the building of the railroad going from Winslow to Beale Springs.

In 1887, the county seat of Mohave County was relocated to Kingman after being in Mohave City, Hardyville, Cerbat and Mineral Park, respectively. During World War II, the Kingman Army Airfield, a U.S. Army Air Force (USAAF) airfield, was founded in the city as an aerial gunnery training base. After the war, many major employers moved into the area, and the city began to experience tremendous growth.

On July 5, 1973, during a propane transfer from a Doxol railroad car to a storage tank on the Getz rail siding, a boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion (BLEVE) occurred. Killing 11 firefighters, the catastrophic event is known as the Kingman BLEVE or Doxol Disaster.

As of the 2010 census, the city has a population of 28.068 people and a total area of 30.0 square miles.

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Kingman Airport

Kingman Airport was established in 1942 as a World War II USAAF training field. Owned by the USAAF, the 4,145-acre land included the Kingman Army Airfield and the Kingman Aerial Gunnery School training facilities. One of the largest facilities of the USAAF, it trained around 35,000 soldiers and airmen during the time. Today, the city-owned, public-use airport is home to two asphalt surfaced runways and is a significant aircraft bone-yard. It stores numerous civilian airlines and remarkets or recycles them into spare parts and their base metals.

The Kingman Army Airfield Historica Society was also founded. Establishing a museum in the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park, it works to preserve the history of the field with photos, displays and artifacts.

Firefighters Memorial Park

Located on Detroit Avenue, Firefighters Memorial Park was developed to commemorate the 11 firefights that lost their lives in the Kingman BLEVE. The city park offers:

  • A picnic shelter area and grills
  • A playground
  • Soccer fields
  • Skate park
  • Disc golf course
  • Splash pad
  • Restrooms

Owned and managed by the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department, it is open to the public every day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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If you were a victim of abuse as a child or believe a child around you is suffering from abuse, our Kingman child sexual assault lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact our dedicated law firm today to get started in seeking justice for yourself and your loved ones.

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