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Helldorado Raine
Her gun said: 'Unhitch those mules!' Ray
Heritage of conflict
He builded his house 1919
Hell and high water Freeman 1924
Hell and high water Freeman 1924
Hell and high water Freeman 1924
Here roses grow when you have snow Watkins 1925
Helmet Peak Davis 1927
Helldorado Kelly 1929
Heloderma suspectum, automobile tourists and animal distribution Vorhies 1929
Here once lived the Hohokum Shelby 1930
Herman Ehrenberg, in memoriam Poston 1930
Herman Ehrenberg, in memories Poston 1930
Health palaces in kingdom of sunshine 1931
Helen Duett Ellison Hunt ( Mrs. George W. P. Hunt) Kartus 1931
Henry Lovin 1932
Health quest a happy adventure in Tucson 1933
Henry Chee Dodge, Navajo Smith 1938
Henry Chee Dodge, Navajo Smith 1938
Herman Ehrenberg, seeker of high adventure Woodward 1938
He painted the Yaquis Bowen 1939
He is our friend Smith 1940
He is our friend Smith 1940
He wanted to do honest painting Hilton 1940
Here are the rules for the five-acre tracts 1940
He learned about scorpions Dodge 1941
He learned about scorpions Dodge 1941
He painted the Apaches Henderson 1941
He painted the Apaches Henderson 1941
He did it for fun Arnold 1944
He discovered the Southwest for Americans Gilbert 1944
He brought African dates to Coachella Nixon 1946
He helped combat ol' man river Henderson 1946
He rode the wilderness trail Lockwood 1946
He saved the life of a savage Butcher 1947
He fights with his tail Cassell 1948
He grew peaches on a desert homestead Peplow 1948
He grew peaches on a desert homestead Peplow 1948
He guards the secret of turquoise shrine Richardson 1948
He guards the secret of turquoise shrine Richardson 1948
He lived alone on a mountain Roy 1948
He lived with the Zunis Blake 1948
He lived with the Zunis Blake 1948
He lives alone on a mountain Roy 1948
Henry Chee Dodge, the last chief of the Navaho Indians Borgman 1948
Herbert L. Reid resigns after 21 years of service Niehuis 1948
He conquered the river and died in an airplane 1949
He died on his river 1949
He knows his Indians 1949
He knows his Indians; the story of clay locket who specializes in buying and selling the arts and crafts of American Indians. 1949
He planned to change the desert climate Hellyer 1949
He could crack a bull-whip Beckler 1950
He explored the unknown Colorado Haworth 1950
He explored the unknown Colorado Haworth 1950