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Mansel Carter (May 12, 1902- June 5, 1987), also known as "Man of the Mountain", was a businessman and prospector. In 1987, The Phoenix named him one of "Arizona Legends". The San Tan Historical Society of Queen Creek recognized his gravesite at Gold Mountain in the San Tan Mountain Regional Park in Queen Creek, Arizona as a tourist attraction. In 2017, the town of Queen Creek named a new community park the "Mansel Carter Oasis Park" in his honor.

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  • Mansel Carter (May 12, 1902- June 5, 1987), also known as "Man of the Mountain", was a businessman and prospector. In 1987, The Phoenix named him one of "Arizona Legends". The San Tan Historical Society of Queen Creek recognized his gravesite at Gold Mountain in the San Tan Mountain Regional Park in Queen Creek, Arizona as a tourist attraction. In 2017, the town of Queen Creek named a new community park the "Mansel Carter Oasis Park" in his honor.
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  • Gravesite of Mansel Carter and Marion E. Kennedy with the Gold Mountain in the background.
  • Mansel Carter gravesite marker in San Tan Mountain Regional Park.
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  • Mansel Carter (May 12, 1902- June 5, 1987), also known as "Man of the Mountain", was a businessman and prospector. In 1987, The Phoenix named him one of "Arizona Legends". The San Tan Historical Society of Queen Creek recognized his gravesite at Gold Mountain in the San Tan Mountain Regional Park in Queen Creek, Arizona as a tourist attraction. In 2017, the town of Queen Creek named a new community park the "Mansel Carter Oasis Park" in his honor.
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