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For the dean Hogans vs. houses Lockett
My calendar stick Ho-ho-kum days in Pimeria Breazeale
Arizona-its men In Daws, A. George
My reminiscences In Pumpelly, Raphael. My reminiscences. Vol.2, p.761-779 Pumpelly
Human problems in technological change In the wake of the wheel: introduction of the wagon to the Papago Indians of Southern Arizona Bliss
Pioneer cattleman of Arizona In Willson, Roscoe G. Pioneer cattleman of Arizona.
Pioneer western empire builders Jack Kinney - one of Arizona's famous cattle ranch operators King
Indians of today Jacob C. Morgan Gridley
Pioneer characters for whom some Tucson public schools have been named Jacob S. Mansfeld Duffy
Life in old Tucson, 1854-1864 John B. Allen Lockwood
Tombstone's yesterday John H. Holliday, alias Doc Holliday Walters
Arizona - its men Jordan, Grace & Phelps Land Company Daws
Chisholm Joseph Francis Gulch
Tombstone's yesterday Kid (John) Thompson Walters
Arizona - its men King cotton Daws
Arizona - its men King cotton Daws
Arizona - its men Krakauer Zork Co. & Southern Border Motor Company Daws
Arizona - its men Lawhon & Piper Daws
Pioneer characters for whom some Tucson public schools have been named Leopoldo Carrillo Duffy
New Times Let us prey: the ugly, dark secret of priests who are child molesters Greene
Indians of today Lloyd H. New (Lloyd Kiva) Gridley
Pioneer western empire builders Lynching of Russian Bill and Sandy King in 1881 King
Pioneer western empire builders Lynching of Russian Bill and Sandy King in 1881 King
Arizona - its men M. L. Burkhead Daws
Troopers west Mangas Coloradas: King Philip of the Apache nation Raymond
Troopers west Mangas Coloradas: King Philip of the Apache nation Stewart
Troopers west Mangas Coloradas: King Philip of the Apache nation Brandes
Arizona - its men Maricopa County's rapidly growing Gilbert Daws
Arizona - its men Maricopa County's rapidly growing Gilbert Daws
Life in old Tucson, 1854-1864 Mark. A. Aldrich Lockwood
Arizona - its men McKean's dye works Daws
Tucson Daily Citizen. Arizona statehood, 1912-1962 Meet me at the Grove
Seventy years on the frontier Mirages Majors
Morrow Mohave County lawmakers Rober
The lunch tree Mohave County loses one of its oldest pioneers Cofer
Mohave (Mohave County Miner) Mohave primer
Pioneer western empire builders Mossman and Hinkle King
Tombstone's Yesterday Myres, Smith and Green holdup Walters
Arizona - its men National Bank of Arizona Daws
Arid lands colloquia, 1959-1961 Natural history of the saguaro Alcorn
Pioneer western empire builders Neri Osborn and family King
Ariz Days and Ways New hope for the damaged heart DeVries
Treasure land Nogales, the line city Hilzinger
For the dean Notes of Navaho astronomy Brewer
For the dean Notes on Navaho astronomy Brewer
Pioneer western empire builders Old Butterfield stage coach line King
Pioneer western empire builders Old Double Circle Ranch - Apache Indian empire King
Treasure land Onka's leap, an Indian legend of the Santa Catalinas Hilzinger
For the dean Our friend Byron Cummings Douglass
Arizona - its men Overland Arizona company Daws
Life in old Tucson Palatine Robinson Lockwood
Indians of today Paul Jones Gridley
Tombstone's yesterday Pearl Hart Walters
Mohave (Mohave County Miner) People, places and things Waters
Arizona - its men Peoria and its rapidly growing district Daws