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YAVAPAI COUNTY - HISTORY

Yavapai County, the mother of counties and land of enchantment

Author: 
C. F. Parker and J. S. Humburg
Article Date: 
May 1960
Language: 
English
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Turn of the century news, July 5, 1899

Article Date: 
May 1975
Article Abstract: 
Robbery and murder at the Wingfield Store, Camp Verde. (news item from the St. John's Herald)
Language: 
English
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The Indians had the indigo

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
September 2, 1973
Language: 
English
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Reading, writing and arithmetic in Mint Valley

Author: 
D.Sharp
Article Date: 
November 21, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Mint Valley School District north of Prescott operated from 1884 to 1918.
Language: 
English
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In the shadows of Granite Mountain

Author: 
D. Sharp
Article Date: 
October 31, 1975
Language: 
English
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Bloody Verde tragedy raised 100-man posse

Article Date: 
May-June 1975
Article Abstract: 
The story of the Wingfield Store holdup and murders. Reprinted from the Sun, Jl 8, 1899
Language: 
English
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Angeline's grave

Author: 
L.Morris
Article Date: 
August 3, 1974
Article Abstract: 
The grave of Angeline Hoagland, a miner's child who died in 1889, still attracts interest along Lynx Creek
Language: 
English
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