Place name books that cover Arizona show no listing for the small little ghost town of Zonia. Google maps can locate the Zonia mine, but not the town itself. Even off-roading clubs that are well familiar with Arizona's backroads and ghost towns show no listing.
Yet this old mining town did indeed exist and flourished from 1899-1922.
At the height of the rush a mere 20 pounds of 65% tungsten ore would net its owner the equivalent of $1300 today. In Yavapai county this was serious enough lucre to wheedle cowboys into leaving their saddles and commence digging!