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    • La Frontera - A History

    • Orozco, Rebecca
    • Mexican-American Border Region--History; Mexico--History--Spanish colony, 1540-1810; New Spain; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This is a 47 minute audio file. Rebecca Orozco gives an overview of the past 500 years of Mexican and American shared heritage along the southeastern Arizona border region. The lecture takes the listener through history covering the Spanish...
    • Camp Naco

    • Swartzwelder, Debby
    • Army posts; Buffalo Soldiers; Military bases--Arizona; United States. Mexican-American Border Region; Naco (Ariz.); Naco (Mexico); Cochise County (Ariz.) History. Mexican-American Border Region--History;
    • This one hour lecture describes the history of Camp Naco and the recent efforts to preserve the historic camp. The fort, also known as Fort Newell, is an abandoned army post on the United States-Mexican border in Naco, AZ. The fort was built in...
    • La Fontera - A History

    • Orozco, Rebecca
    • Mexican-American Border Region--History; Mexico--History--Spanish colony, 1540-1810; New Spain; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This 43 slide powerpoint presentation is related to the audio file in this collection of the same name. It presents a history of Mexican and American shared heritage along the southeastern Arizona border region over the past 500 years. There are...
    • Fort Newell

    • Visionquest
    • Army posts; Buffalo Soldiers; Military bases--Arizona; United States. Mexican-American Border Region; Naco (Ariz.); Naco (Mexico); Cochise County (Ariz.) History. Mexican-American Border Region--History; Ghost towns Arizona Cochise County History.
    • This 17-minute video describes the history of Fort Newell, also known as Camp Naco. It is an abandoned army post on the United States-Mexican border in Naco, AZ. The fort was built in 1915 to protect American citizens and enforce U.S. neutrality...
    • Alice Gatlif

    • Hayostek, Cindy
    • Douglas (Ariz.); Cochise County (Ariz.) History; Agua Prieta (Sonora, Mexico) History; Mexican-American Border Region; Women Arizona History; Women--Mexico;
    • Cindy Hayostek details the life and times of Alice Gatliff, the forgotten woman of the Mexican Revolution. She had businesses on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border shortly after the turn of the last century. She used to entertain visitors in her...
    • Paquime and Mata Ortiz

    • Orozco, Rebecca
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Archaeology--Mexico; Archaeology and History--North America; Indian pottery; Pottery; Ceramics; Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Mexico) History. Mata Ortiz (Mexico); Casas Grandes pottery Mexico Chihuahua (State); Casas Grandes pottery...
    • A 52 minute lecture summarizing the history of southeastern Arizona and detailing the archaelogical history of the area from 1250-1425. Seven centuries ago, trade and culture of Southeastern Arizona was centered around an adobe city called Paquime...
    • Bootlegging on the Border

    • Patience, Wes
    • Prohibition; Drinking of alcoholic beverages--Law and legislation; Mexican-American Border Region; Cochise County (Ariz.) History; Bisbee (Ariz.) History; Bisbee (Ariz.). Warren; Naco (Ariz.); Naco (Mexico); Agua Prieta (Sonora, Mexico); Agua...
    • This 38 minute audio file is the story of Prohibition in the border towns of Cochise County. During Prohibition, which began in Arizona in January of 1915, Naco, Arizona and Sonora, experienced a flood of Americans seeking alcohol. Though Phoenix...
    • The Swedish Enclave

    • Patience, Wes
    • Arizona--History; Swedes--United States; Enthology--United States; Swedish Americans; Cochise County (Ariz.); Cochise County (Ariz.) History.
    • This 55 minute lecture describes how people of Swedish decent became the third largest ethnic group living in Cochise County during the early part of the 20th century. Between 1905 and 1930 there were dozens of Swedes living between 10th and 15th...

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