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Tassi ranch
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Sixty miles southeast of St. George, Utah, on the rough dirt road that takes you to Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument, stands a reminder of the remote community of Mount Trumbull, Arizona. The only remaining intact structure is the schoolhouse. This is more than a schoolhouse however, it is a testament to the lives and memories of the remote Arizona Strip's settlement history.

The Abraham Bundy family began settling this isolated area around 1916 by applying for 640 acres to dry land farm and raise livestock.