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Preserving the History of Agriculture & Rural Life: State & Local Literature, Arizona, 1820-1945

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Constitution and by-laws 1906
Proceedings of the Conference of the Members of the Several County Boards of Equalization with the Members of the Territorial Board of... 1906
Outline of citrus work begun in November 1907 in Salt River Valley, Arizona 1907
Antiquities of the upper Gila and Salt River valleys in Arizona and New Mexico 1907
Salt River Valley, Arizona: a land of sunshine, health and prosperity. A soil unsurpassed in productivity. A country of wonderful... 1907
The New Arizona: homes and wealth for out-of-doors folks 1907
The Government Irrigation Project at Roosevelt Dam, Salt River, Arizona 1907
Tucson : the chief commercial city of Arizona 1907
Greene-Mossman Cattle Company, Tucson,Arizona.Articles of incorporation 1907
What irrigation has done in the Salt River Valley of Arizona. 1907
Irrigation and drainage; principles and practice of their cultural phases 1907
Climate of the Salt River Valley 1907
Concrete Caisson Well. 1908
Salt River Valley, Arizona. Salt River Valley Publicity Series 1908
Salt River Valley, Arizona, offers productive lands, a healthful climate and rare opportunities to the investor and homeseeker. 1908
The two great canyons; excerpts from letters written on a western journey. 1908
Vanished Arizona; recollections of my army life 1908
Olive A. Oatman : her captivity with the Apache Indians and her later life 1908
Great opportunities: Douglas, Arizona, "The smelter city" Rich mines, fertile soil, wonderful climate 1908
Arizona bibliography; a private collection of Arizoniana 1908
The Mission Cook Book 1909
Ancient ruins of the Southwest 1909
Arizona, Salt River Valley 1909
Salt River Valley, Arizona 1909
Salt River Valley, Arizona 1909
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