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POSTON, CHARLES DEBRILLE, 1825-1902

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In Murdock, John Robert. Arizona characters in silhouette. P.29-32

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In Lockwood, Francis Cummings. Life in old Tucson, 1854-1864. p.57-78

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In Lockwood, Francis Cummings. Arizona characters. P.28-47

The Parss prophet

Author: 
J. M. Myers
Article Date: 
April 1, 1956
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The journal of Charles D. Poston, 1850-1899

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Edited by B.H. Granger
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Summer 1957
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The father of Arizona

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S.M. Hall
Article Date: 
August 1912
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Sonoran Camelot

Author: 
D. Smith
Article Date: 
August 1989
Article Abstract: 
From 1856-1861, Poston headed an idyllic, tax-free community at Tubac. He performed weddings (illegal in the eyes of the Church), printed money and lived in luxury. Apache raiders ended the idyll
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Poston vs. Goodwin: a document on the congressional election of 1865

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L. Poston III
Article Date: 
Winter 1961
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Lincoln's inkstand comes to Arizona

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B. Fireman
Article Date: 
February 14, 1960
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The silver stand given Lincoln by Poston is displayed at the Historical Society museum
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It is my country and God's said "the Father of Arizona."

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R.g. Willson
Article Date: 
December 30 1962
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English