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Hall [untitled] 1906
Hayden [Letter to the editor] J.Hayden 1966
Hagedorn [Leonard Wood in Arizona]
Hall Yuma-Gila project in Gila County 1939
Halpern Yuma 1947
Hanhila You may have heard of the Bisbee deportation 1975
Harrigan Worshippers of the Red-Tailed Hawk 1968
Hall Women who write of the Early West 1912
Hall Women who broke the trails for us 1912
Hanna With Crawford in Mexico 1935
Hanna With Crawford in Mexico 1935
Hancock Wintry experiences 1949
Haylor Winslow, pioneer railway city 1937
Haylor Williams, Grand Canyon gateway 1937
Hardie Why? 1973
Hargrave Why birds are banded 1936
Hall Where water turns to dust 1948
Hassell When wealth came to Hosteen Little-whiskers 1951
Hassell When visitors came to the hogan 1951
Hall When spring come to the desert 1905
Hassell When Little-whiskers' pension check came 1951
Hargrave What do potsherds tell us? (wares, types and rules of priority) 1935
Hancock West with the stage 1990
Hamilton Weaverville was in Apache-land 1952
Haldeman Walnut Canyon: an example of relationships between birds and plant communities 1969
Haideman Walnut Canyon: an example of relationships between birds and plant communities 1969
Haldeman Walnut Canyon: an example of relationships between birds and plant communities 1969
Hastings Vegetation change and arroyo cutting in southwestern Arizona 1959
Hastings Vegetation change and arroyo cutting in southeastern Arizona 1959
Hastings Vegetation change and arroyo cutting in southeastern Arizona 1959
Haury Vandal Cave 1936
Hassemer Underground adventure 1961
Hargrave Type determinants in Southwestern ceramics and some of their implications 1974
Hargrave Type determinants in Southwestern ceramics and some of their implications 1974
Haughtelin Twentieth annual convention 1922
Haskell Tucson stallion show 1938
Hastings Tubac; the town that wouldn't die 1957
Hay Trek to the land of the blue-green waters: Havasu Canyon 1991
Haury Tree-rings continue to tell their story 1944
Hait Transportation: Streets continue to be clogged with too many cars 1974
Hait Transportation: one of the most complex issues facing the Valley today 1973
Harrington Toughest town on earth 1958
Hagemann Thou art the Man, an Address on the Indian Question in 1892 by Colonel George Bliss Sanford 1968
Hagemann Thou art the Man, an Address on the Indian Question in 1892 by Colonel George Bliss Sanford 1968
Harelson These whiz kids zip and zoom around the track 1956
Hammond The Zuniga journal, Tucson to Santa Fe: the opening of a Spanish trade route, 1788-1795 1951
Hammond The Zuniga journal, Tucson to Santa Fe: the opening of a Spanish trade route 1788-1795 1931
Hartman The woman of Carr Canyon 1973
Hartman The woman of Carr Canyon 1973
Hait The Valley's school districts: a continuing look at the problems and pluses 1973
Hait The Valley's school districts: a continuin look and the problems and pulses 1973
Hartwell The Valley's economy: a basic report 1974
Hawley The use of lead mineral by the Hohokam in cremation ceremonials 1947
Hawely The use of lead mineral by the Hohokam in cremation ceremonials 1948
Hargrave The Tsegi country 1934