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Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Browne, John Ross. A tour through Arizona, 1864. p. 147-151
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Tubac's rightful place in the sun

Author: 
M.P. Torrans
Article Date: 
Winter 1959
Article Abstract: 
The restoration and rejuvenation program
Language: 
English
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Tubac: shopping Arizona's oldest town

Author: 
B. Hirsch
Article Date: 
March 1975
Language: 
English
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Tubac: the story of presidio days, before and after

Author: 
B. Johnson
Article Date: 
April 5, 1964
Article Abstract: 
The new museum at the park
Language: 
English
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Tubac: where some enemies rotted

Article Date: 
Autumn 1963
Article Abstract: 
Piman origin and meaning of the name
Language: 
English
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Tubac; the town that wouldn't die

Author: 
D. Hastings
Article Date: 
December 1957
Language: 
English
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Tubac where time is many tomorrows

Author: 
T. Kelly
Article Date: 
March 1966
Article Abstract: 
Black and white and color illustrations. About the present activity as well as the past
Language: 
English
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Tubac, Arizona's first state park

Author: 
R.H. Winsor
Article Date: 
September 1958
Language: 
English
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Tubac, Bridley Murphy of ghost towns

Author: 
B. Johnson
Article Date: 
July 24, 1960
Language: 
English
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Tubac, little town with a big history

Author: 
W.A. Bardsley
Article Date: 
February 1957
Language: 
English
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