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    • 1797 - 1801 President John Adams and First Lady Abigail Smith Adams

    • Mohave Museum of History and Arts
    • Adams, John, 1735-1826; Adams, Abigail, 1744-1818; Arizona -- History -- Chronology
    • Mohave Museum Presidential portrait exhibit guide book page Two with images and biographies of the President of the United States and the First Lady. A time-line of Arizona and Mohave County historical events is included to provide a perspective...
    • Oracle, Pinal County

    • Unknown
    • Arizona -- History -- To 1912; Postal service -- Arizona – History; Postmarks – Arizona; Cancellations (Philately) – Arizona; Covers (Philately) – Arizona; Postal stationery; Post office buildings -- Arizona
    • Cancelled envelope mailed from Oracle, Ariz., July 17, 1902. The letter is addressed to the Gold Coast, West Africa. Oracle, a small ranching and mining community, established its post office December 28, 1880 with James Branson as postmaster....
    • The Old Black Canyon Highway

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "The Old Black Canyon Highway," North Valley Magazine. "The first time I traveled the old Black Canyon Highway was in October, 1947 and I was 8 years old. My father had recently given up ranching and had sold his cows. He hired out as a fireman...
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2007

    • Schartz, Vijaya (ed.); Manville, Greta (contest coordinator); Lorette, Cleo (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2007 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest. Unpublished categories include Articles/Essays/True Stories, Poetry, Novels, Short Stories. Published categories are Fiction, Nonfiction, and Children's Literature....
    • "Livestock Sanitary Board and State Veterinarian" Exhibit

    • Unknown
    • Arizona State Capitol (Phoenix, Ariz.); Historical museums; Civic and government museums
    • As the territory grew in population and enterprise, the government grew to meet evolving needs. Cattle ranching had been introduced by the Spanish in the 1600’s and had become a major economic interest by the time the territory was created. In...
    • Eulalia Elias 1786-1865

    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Eulalia Elias helped co-found Babocomari in southeastern Arizona with her brother. This land was used for major cattle ranching operations, which became an economic backbone for Arizona. When the US-Mexico border was being drawn, a boundary...
    • Sharlot Hall 1870-1943

    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Sharlott Hall was a historian from the Prescott area. Although her family livelihood was ranching, she wrote songs and poems about the Arizona Territory from childhood on. Her songs, poems and stories were devoted to the people who built Arizona...
    • Sister Clara Otero 1850-1905

    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Gabriella Martinez Otero was a young woman when many changes happened to her home. She saw the purchase of southern Arizona from Mexico and met the first six nuns to settle in Tucson. The nuns’ positive influences on Tucson and nearby ranching...
    • Exhibit Introduction

    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Museum plaque presenting an overview of the Arizona Women's Hall of Fame Exhibit.
    • February 17

    • Western Ways Features Service
    • Cattle drives--Arizona--Photographs
    • On this day in 1926, it was reported in the Arizona Republic that three rustlers had shipped 237 head of cattle out of Arizona with forged certificates of ownership. Cattle ranching has had a long history in the economy of the state. This...
    • Perspectives of the Past-Oral history interview with Mary Clem 2011-07-30

    • Stensrud-Clem, Mary, 1910-
    • Centenarians--United States--Interviews; Oral history--Arizona; Tucson (Ariz.)--History--Anecdotes; Yuma (Ariz.)--History
    • Mary Clem recounts her early childhood in Yuma, Arizona beginning around 1917. Clem shares early memories of a WW1 soldier camp in Yuma, influenza outbreaks and the plank road from Arizona to California. Clem’s husband owned a mortuary in Bisbee...
    • Learning Packet: Clothing and Costume

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Clothing and dress; Costume -- Arizona.
    • "Clothing and Costume: Learning Packet for Group and Individual Study" is a learning packet which looks back at the history of clothing and costumes in the Sonoran Desert region and explores how clothing evolved from necessary protection from the...
    • Photograph of Early Logging Train

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • B&W Photograph of Early Logging Train. In the early days, lumbering, ranching and freighting were the only industries on the mountain. Lumbering camps owned by Southwest Forest Industries, such as Standard, sprang up into towns and then...
    • Reddick Jasper Cartwright

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Reddick Jasper Cartwright arrived in Arizona from Illinois in 1874 with his family. By 1885 the Cartwright family moved from the Phoenix area to the Cave Creek area near Seven Springs. Reddick and his son Mantford Cartwright Sr. formed a ranching...
    • Pete Bernardo Bidegain Oral History Interview

    • Bidegain, Pete Bernardo
    • Empire Ranch (Ariz.); Ranches--Arizona; Babacomari Ranch (Ariz.)
    • Pete Bernardo Bidegain was born in Flagstaff, Arizona, the son of a Basque sheepherder. He was four or five years old when his family moved to Willcox, Arizona, where they ranched in the Winchester Mountains. Later, the family moved to a ranch on...
    • Empire Gulch on the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area

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    • Empire Ranch (Ariz.); Ranches--Arizona; Las Cienegas National Conservation Area (Ariz.)
    • Empire Gulch on Las Cienegas National Conservation Area is a significant riparian area, with year-round water and dense vegetation important to birds and mammals. Once part of the historic Empire Ranch, the Gulch has been used for some time as a...
    • James Pickrell Oral History Interview

    • Pickrell, James
    • Empire Ranch (Ariz.); Ranches--Arizona; Veterinary Medicine--Arizona
    • Dr. James Pickrell is a veterinarian who worked for the Boice family at the Empire Ranch. Jim went to high school with Pancho and Bob Boice. His first involvement with the Empire Ranch as a veterinarian was when the foreman, Fred Barnett, asked...
    • Learning Packet: Making Connections

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Family -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; Family -- Arizona -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; Genealogy; Arizona -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • "Making Connections: A Family History Workbook" is a packet designed to be used by families to trace their roots and become familiar with their family history, their genealogy, and the traditions that define their lives. This learning packet...
    • Katherine Born - 2 Oral Histories

    • Born, Katherine
    • David W. Shivers Family--Chino Valley, Arizona--J.L. Fisher Family (First Husband)--Morris Goldwater Family(Second Huband)--Yavapai Cow Belles--Echoes of the Past Book--Goldwater Store--Prescott Historical House Resortation
    • There are 2 oral history interviews with Katherine Born (b. September 25, 1920 – d.) one from October, 17 1990 and another from July 15, 2009. The 1990 interview covers Born's memories There are 2 oral history interviews with Katherine Born (b....
    • 1973 Flagstaff City Directory part I

    • Johnson Publishing Co.
    • Flagstaff (Ariz.)--City directories; Flagstaff (Ariz.)--Telephone directories; Flagstaff (Ariz.) History
    • The 1973 Flagstaff City Directory, pages 1 through 160. Covers Flagstaff and presents a slice of life at that time, including a brief history of Flagstaff and demographics, local attractions, clubs and organizations. They correlate with a Street...
    • 1968 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1968
    • Dave Brown, a Sahuaro Ranch foreman, and his horse.

    • Unknown
    • Glendale (Ariz.)--History; Agriculture--Ariz.
    • Dave Brown was the foreman at Sahuaro Ranch from 1952 to 1954. Sahuaro Ranch engaged in a variety of agricultural activities in its nearly 100-year commercial history, including cattle ranching. This view, from around 1952, shows some of the...
    • "The Traveler" Glendale Community College Literary Magazine, 1995

    • Glendale Community College
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.); College students' writings, American--Arizona--Glendale--Periodicals; Creative writing (Higher education)--Periodicals; Short stories, American--Periodicals; American poetry--20th...
    • The Traveler, 1995. Literary Judges: Carmela Amoldt; Larry Bohlender; Dave Grant; Pat Haas; Marilyn Hoffs; Janet Klann; Eleanor Marshall-White; Laura Schuett; Charles Sohn. Art Jurors: Luis Baiz. Literary Staff: Melinda Davis; Kim Essendrup; Gwen...
    • Edna Meyer and Retha (Bolding) Beveridge Oral History Interview

    • Meyer, Edna and Beveridge, Retha (Bolding)
    • Glendale, AZ; African American Community; Cartwright School District; Phoenix (Maryvale), AZ; Automobiles; Basque Community; Bolding, Charles; Cattle Ranching; Chinese Community; Cotton Farming; Glendale Grammar School; Horses; Japanese...
    • Edna Meyer and Retha Beveridge, elementary school teachers, who were born in Glendale in the early Twentieth Century, come together in this interview to reminisce about Glendale, the early years. They both remember swimming at Glendale Beach and...
    • JY "EC" Otondo Oral History Interview

    • Otondo, JY "EC"
    • Glendale, AZ: Arizona Communities; Basque Community; Los Angeles, CA; Great Depression; Sheep Ranching;
    • “EC” Otondo was part of one of the first, if not the first sheep families to live in Arizona. He remembers herding his sheep down the trail from northern Arizona to Gilbert. Moving along the San Francisco Peaks into the valley. During this period,...
    • Oral history interview with Jessie Jimenez Alonzo, 2000.

    • Alonzo, Jessie Jimenez
    • Hispanic American neighborhoods--Arizona--Flagstaff; Hispanic American women--Interviews; Sawmills--Arizona--Flagstaff; Prohibition--Arizona--Flagstaff; Prostitution--Arizona--Flagstaff; Depressions--1929--Arizona--Flagstaff; Flagstaff...
    • Jessie Jimenez Alonzo discusses her parents and early life in Flagstaff, local sawmills, carpentry, and ranching. She also describes her Army Depot job. Social activities mentioned include casinos, movies, tap dancing, stage comedy. She shares...
    • 1801 - 1809 President Thomas Jefferson and First Lady Martha Wayles Jefferson

    • Mohave Museum of History and Arts
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826; Jefferson, Martha, 1748-1782; Arizona -- History -- Chronology
    • Mohave Museum Presidential portrait exhibit guide book page Three with images and biographies of the President of the United States and the First Lady. A time-line of Arizona and Mohave County historical events is included to provide a perspective...
    • Thomas Jefferson Jeffords, 1832-1914

    • Unknown
    • Jeffords, Thomas J.
    • Picture of Capt. Thomas Jeffords, taken at his ranch in Owl Head District. Born in New York, Thomas Jeffords arrived on the Arizona frontier at the age of 29 years as a scout for the California division of the U.S. Army. He became a driver for the...
    • Oral History with Betty Grounds, July 8, 2011

    • Grounds, Betty
    • Kingman (Ariz.); Mohave County (Ariz.)--History; Mohave County (Ariz.)--Pioneers; Ranching--Arizona
    • Betty (Clark) Grounds was born in 1918 to the Clark family, a pioneer family in the Kingman area. She recounts her life growing up on a dairy ranch and attending school there. She married into another pioneer family, the Grounds.
    • Nelson Mitchell, Jr. Video Oral History Interview

    • Mitchell, Nelson, Jr.
    • Luke AFB; WWII; Navy; African American Armed Forces; Pearl Harbor; Phoenix, AZ
    • Video oral history interview with Nelson Mitchell, Jr. where he discusses his career in the US Navy during WWII.
    • 1809 - 1817 President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Payne Madison

    • Mohave Museum of History and Arts
    • Madison, James, 1751-1836; Madison, Dolley, 1768-1849; Arizona -- History -- Chronology
    • Mohave Museum Presidential portrait exhibit guide book page Four with images and biographies of the President of the United States and the First Lady. A time-line of Arizona and Mohave County historical events is included to provide a perspective...
    • Bob Honea Oral History

    • Grijalva, Lily
    • Marana (Ariz.)
    • Bob Honea served as the Postmaster and remembers the farming and ranching activities in the town. Bob attended the University of Arizona and played basketball. He married Pat in 1951 and started the Bridle Bit Ranch. Run time: 11:32.
    • Oral History with Kenneth Kelley, July 7, 2011

    • Kelley, Kenneth
    • Mohave County (Ariz.)--History; Ranching--Arizona; Agriculture--Arizona
    • Kenneth Kelley comes from a farming and ranching family. He learned how to be an earth mover during the winter when his family was not farming. He shares an interesting past since his birth in 1922.
    • Oral History with Danielle Stephens, April 29, 2011

    • Stephens, Danielle
    • Mohave County (Ariz.); Ranching--Arizona; Cofer, Irene Cornwall, 1891-1977
    • Danielle Stephens' family settled in the Signal area of Mohave County. Her grandmother, Irene Cornwall Cofer, wrote a local classic, "The Lunch Tree." Ms. Stephens reminisces about life on the family’s ranches.
    • Adams Family History, 2006 April 4

    • Adams, Chet
    • Mormon Pioneers -- Arizona -- Biography, Adams Family; Frontier and pioneer life -- Arizona; Water resources development -- Arizona -- History; Irrigation -- History
    • Show Low Irrigation Company. MP3 Clip is 3 minutes of 58 min. interview
    • Owens Family History, 2006 August 29

    • Owens, Moylen
    • Mormon Pioneers -- Arizona -- Biography, Owens family; Ranching -- Arizona -- History
    • Horsebreaking. MP3 Clip is 4 min 49 sec. of 6.125 hour interview
    • Woolford Family History, 2006 Jul 24

    • Woolford, Joe
    • Mormon Pioneers -- Arizona -- Biography, Woolford family; Ranching -- Arizona -- History
    • Experiences as a youth growing up in Show Low, AZ. MP3 Clip is 3:7 min of 1:15 hr interview
    • Reidhead Family History, Part 2

    • Reidhead, Val
    • Oral histories; Apache County; Navajo County; Show Low (Ariz.); Biography; Mormon Pioneers--Arizona; Timber--Arizona; Sawmills--Arizona; Reidhead family
    • Part 2: Val describes the days when the Reidhead Lumber Company operated between McNeil Road and Whipple Road, before Central Ave. existed. The Chamber of Commerce building was their office, and Charlie Reidhead had a home nearby. Show Low as a...
    • Gibson Family Oral History

    • Stanley and Janet Thompson Gibson
    • Oral histories; Archeological sites Arizona; Arizona History; Arizona History 20th Century; History of Gila County (Ariz.); Biography; Mining; Ranching; Stage lines; Scenic routes (Ariz.); Mayors Arizona
    • Stanley and Janet tell stories of Gila County when their parents came to Globe, of taking over his father's business and some of his achievements in his political career as Mayor and City Councilman of Globe. He describes the history of Globe's...
    • Salas Family Oral History

    • Cruz Salas
    • Oral histories; Arizona History 20th Century; Gila County (Ariz.); Biography; Mining; Ranching History of Gila County; Education; Job Corps, San Carlos Indian Reservation
    • Cruz tells how his family escaped from Mexico during Pancho Villa's Revolution to Globe in the early 1900's. His grandfather worked in the Old Dominion Mine. Cruz's grandfather made the cross that sits on the hill, and Cruz was named after the...
    • Arizona Administrative Register. Volume 19, 2013

    • Arizona. Office of Secretary of State.
    • Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.
    • The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state’s agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State’s...
    • Arizona Administrative Register. Volume 18, 2012

    • Arizona. Office of the Secretary of State.
    • Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.
    • The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state’s agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State’s...
    • Arizona Administrative Register. Volume 16, 2010

    • Arizona Office of the Secretary of State
    • Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.; Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.
    • The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state's agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State's...
    • Arizona Administrative Register. Volume 17, 2011

    • Arizona Office of the Secretary of State
    • Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.
    • The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state's agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State's...
    • Arizona Administrative Register. Volume 21, 2015

    • Arizona. Office of the Secretary of State.
    • Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.
    • The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state’s agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State’s...
    • Arizona Administrative Register. Volume 20, 2014

    • Arizona. Office of Secretary of State.
    • Delegated legislation--Arizona--Periodicals; Executive orders--Arizona--Periodicals.
    • The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state’s agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State’s...

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