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Begay Sacred places and shrines of the Navajo
Beasley Phoenix, Arizona's capital city 1908
Beasley Phoenix, Arizona's capital city 1908
Bernetzke In the land of the warring Yaqui 1909
Berry The friendly rivals, Apache and Navajo counties 1910
Berry And the desert shall blossom as the rose; a tribute to Apache County 1910
Berry And the desert shall blossom as the rose; a tribute to Apache County 1910
Bemie Sheep business in Ariznoa 1917
Bemis The progress of pecan culture in the Salt River Valley 1924
Beattie Development of travel between southern Arizona and Los Angels as it related to the San Bernardino valley 1925
Bemis Agriculture in the Salt River Valley 1925
Berheimer Discovering a new trail to the Rainbow Bridge 1926
Becker The Arizona Hut, an experiment in man-building 1928
Benescoe The night blooming cereus 1928
Bemis Winter vegetables in the irrigated valleys of southern Arizona 1928
Beem Raising wild turkeys and pheasants 1929
Beam Raising wild turkeys and pheasants 1929
Berry The Navajo shaman and his sacred sand-paintings 1929
Bell Fifty years an Indian trader; the dean of all the Indian traders of the Southwest relates his experiences during half a century of contactwith Utes, Navajos and Hopis 1930
Benscoe Sahuaro or giant cactus 1930
Bennett The lucky loop 1930
Becker Springerville, the gateway to the White Mountains 1931
Bemis The ghost city 1932
Bell The aboriginal utilization of the tall cacti in the American Southwest 1937
Bell The aboriginal utilization of the tall cacti in the American Southwest 1937
Bell The aboriginal utilization of the tall cacti in the American Southwest 1937
Bell The utilization of mesquite and screwbean by the aborigines in the American Southwest 1937
Bell The utilization of mesquite and screwbean by the aborigines in the American Southwest 1937
Bell The utilization of mesquite and screwbean by the aborigines in the American Southwest 1937
Begay The sacred mountains 1938
Beal Food and fishlines for the tribesmen 1939
Beal Everybody's little friend 1940
Beal Handy-man for the homesteader 1940
Beal Hill climbers of the desert 1940
Begay Navajo rock and twig piles, called tsenadjihih 1940
Beal Bluebells on the desert 1940
Beal Wild hollyhocks of the desert 1940
Beal Golden blossoms on the desert 1941
Bender Military posts in the Southwest 1941
Beal Pincushions for desert fairies 1941
Bell The utilization of yucca, sotol, and beargrass by the aborigines in the American Southwest 1941
Bell The utilization of yucca, sotol, and bear-grass by the aborigines in the American Southwest 1941
Beal Devil's protegee 1941
Beal Desert trumpet 1941
Bene Winged visitors of the desert 1941
Beal Fairy mist on desert slopes 1942
Beal Feathery dusters for desert fairies 1942
Beal Marigolds in desert sands 1942
Beal These roses grow in high places 1942
Beal Bladder bush 1942
Beal Golden cassia 1943
Beal Incense bush 1943
Beal Meet the trailing milkweed 1943
Beal Desert's clown faced flower 1943
Beal Basket maker and thirst quencher for the Indian 1943