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Civil Rights Digest The Bureau of Indian Affairs Wittstock 1973
Sunset Poisoning the Navajos with oil; too much wealth destroys the Indians as effectually as abject poverty Woehlke 1923
Sunset The pump in a thirsty land Woehlke 1915
Sunset Through Apache land; riding on rubber tires over Geronimo's trail Woehlke 1916
Sunset What cotton did to Arizona: though four years' profits vanished in three months, the Copper State is still smiling Woehlke 1921
Sunset What cotton did to Arizona; though four year's profits vanished in three months, the Copper State is still smiling Woehlke 1921
Sunset What cotton did to Arizona; through four years' profits vanished in three months, the Copper State is still smiling Woehlke 1921
Sunset The land of the painted hills Woeshlke 1915
Ariz Farmer-Stockman Fish farming in irrigation ditches evaluated at MAC Wohld 1990
Arizona Now I would just like peace of mind. -Sinatra Wolf 1970
True West More on Wyatt Earp Wolfe 1959
Saturday Review Showdown at Four Corners Wolff 1972
Saturday Review Showdown at Four Corners Wolff 1972
Saturday Review Showdown at Four Corners Wolff 1972
Prog Ariz Arizona desert immortalized in Swinnerton Wolfson 1930
Tuc Religion flourishes in Tucson Wollam 1929
High Country Impossible railroad Wolley 1977
Des Thaoma of Santa Fe Wolman 1945
Westways Where the Colorado meets the Gulf Wolman 1965
Ariz Bus Econ R Arizona today - what we have and what we need Womer 1956
Ariz Days & Ways [Adee Dodge] Wood 1960
Ariz Architect Color scriptures from nature's western bible Wood 1959
True West Cowboy rides a camel Wood 1953
Westward (Prescott Courier) Independence Day in old Bisbee Wood 1976
Point West Is our tourist industry really adequate? Wood 1962
Ariz Bsns Metropolitan Phoenix: decelerating inflation Wood 1976
Native Peoples Numkena Wood 1987
True West Ostrich stampede Wood 1959
Old West Ostrich stampede Wood 1965
Ariz Days & Ways Phoenix Art Museum marks a year of growth Wood 1960
Phoenix That which might have been Wood 1970
Phoenix That which might have been Wood 1970
Plateau The Mauv limestone and the supra-Mauv sequence at Yampai Cliffs Wood 1956
Plateau The Mauv Limestone and the supra-Mauv sequence at Yampai Cliffs, Arizona Wood 1956
Prog Ariz Touring Arizona's fascinating "upstairs." Wood 1927
Masterkey Concerning witches Woodard 1950
Plateau John G. Bourke on the Arizona Apache, 1874 Woodard 1943
Arizona's Economy The case for urban re-leaf: tree planting pays Woodard 1989
Anthropological Papers Effects of Environmental and cultural limitations upon Hohokam agriculture, southern Arizona Woodbury
Arid lands colloquia Prehistoric agriculture in east-central Arizona Woodbury 1961
Utah Hist Q The Colorado River - the physical and biological setting Woodbury 1960
Sw Lore Zuni prehistory and El Morro National Monument Woodbury 1956
J Amer Indian Educ The right to read Wooden 1976
Ariz Farmer-Ranchman Preserve the Welton-Mohawk! Woodhouse 1977
Ariz Farmer-Ranchman Preserve the Welton-Mohawks! Woodhouse 1977
Arizoniana Thomas Fitch: the restless orator Woodin 1963
Des Sil Tuc Mag The River, the River Woodling 1975
Ariz The Verde Valley invites; the Santa Fe adds another empire to its string Woodruf 1913
Ariz Arizona's apple orchard Woodruff 1911
Ariz Development in the Verde Valley Woodruff 1912
Ariz Gathering of the cattle clans; description of a roundup on the range Woodruff 1914
Ariz Days & Ways Martinez - destroyed by a rich mine Woodruff 1965
Ariz Oak Creek, the angler's paradise Woodruff 1911
Ariz The Verde Valley invites; the Santa Fe adds another empire to its string Woodruff 1913
Tucson Weekly Troubled waters Woodruff 1990