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The melting pot that wouldn't: ethnic groups in the American Southwest since 1846

Author: 
B.L.Fontana
Article Date: 
1974
Article Abstract: 
Reprinted from a paper presented at Western History Assoc symposium, Oct. 15, 1971
Language: 
English
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The experiment of a minority-run shopping center

Author: 
E.Jensen
Article Date: 
February 18, 1973
Language: 
English
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Tell it like it is

Author: 
C.E.Craig
Article Date: 
April 1968
Article Abstract: 
One man's dispassionate views on the attitudes and problems on Phoenix' minority groups.
Language: 
English
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Recruiting minorities to become policemen

Author: 
G. Jett
Article Date: 
November 25, 1973
Language: 
English
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Minority-group poverty in Phoenix; a socioeconomic survey

Author: 
S. J. Roberts
Article Date: 
Winter 1973
Language: 
English
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Minority business needs and assistance in Arizona

Author: 
B.J.Walker
Article Date: 
March 1977
Language: 
English
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Minorities find strength in cooperation

Author: 
Betty Murphy
Article Date: 
March 1972
Article Abstract: 
Portable Practical Educational Preparations (PPEP), funded by the Office of Economic Opportunity, brings practical education to low income people in rural Pima and Santa Cruz Counties. It helps to organize them to bring about their own self-betterment.
Language: 
English
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Early Southwestern minorities

Author: 
M.Servin
Article Date: 
October 1975
Language: 
English
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Brotherhood is BAMA Park

Author: 
D.Nauton
Article Date: 
December 1974
Article Abstract: 
A group of men at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base have built a park together to express brotherhood
Language: 
English
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Arizona's population will remain primarily White

Author: 
T. Rex
Article Date: 
September 1989
Article Abstract: 
Contrary to statements that Arizona will be dominated my minority groups, Arizona's population is, and will continue to be primarily White
Language: 
English
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