Douglas is a city in Arizona, United States. Douglas has a fringe crossing with Mexico at Agua Prieta and a past filled with mining. Douglas is home to the noteworthy Gadsden Hotel, which opened in 1907. Named for the Gadsden Purchase, the stately five-story, 160-room inn turned into a home far from home for cattlemen, farmers, mineworkers, and businessmen. The San Bernardino Ranch was initially settled in Mexico and secured a huge number of sections of land. The better and brighter US-Mexico fringe of the Gadsden Purchase cut through the farm, in this way lessening its US measure.
The El Paso and Southwestern Railroad terminal was an essential prepare station. It transported copper to huge assembling worries in the east. The warehouse is viewed as one of the finest cases of railroad design of the mid twentieth century.