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

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Brief on land grants in Arizona. 1909
Salt River Valley of Arizona === Special 1909
Maricopa County, Arizona 1909
Tucson: the chief commercial city of Arizona. 1909
Rillito Water Users' Association.Articles of incorporation 1909
Preliminary report of Special Irrigation Committee on the Rillito Irrigation Project. 1909
Arid agriculture; a hand-book for the western farmer and stockman 1909
Our Farmers and our Future. 1910
The relation of the Apache Indians to the development of Arizona. 1910
Arizona and the Salt River Valley 1910
Historical Society of New Mexico. Catalogue of Books in English in the library of the Society relating to New Mexico and the Southwest. 1910
Great register of Greenlee County 1910
How to get a home in the Sulphur Springs Valley, Arizona 1910
Tucson Daily Citizen [Souvenir edition] 1910
Celebration Tucson & West Coast of Mexico Railroad 1910
Sketch of Pima County, Arizona: its mining districts, minerals, climate, agriculture and other resources 1910
U. S. government free lands and dry farming in the Southwest; 1910
Catalogue of Books in collection of Arizona Historian 1910
Catalogue of magazines in the collection of the Arizona Historian 1910
Consolidation agreement [of the] Arizona Eastern Railroad Company 1910
Articles of Incorporation and consolidation of Arizona Eastern Railroad Company, Gila Valley, and Northern Railway Company, of New Mexico,... 1910
Arizona Cattle Growers Association sixth annual proceedings. 1911
The new Arizona 1911
The Arizona Cook Book 1911
Chandler Ranch acreage under Roosevelt Dam 1911
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