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    • Hardyville, Mohave County

    • Hardyville, Mohave County
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    • Arizona -- History -- To 1912; Postal service -- Arizona – History; Postmarks – Arizona; Cancellations (Philately) – Arizona; Covers (Philately) – Arizona; Postal stationery
    • Cancelled postal stationery entire mailed from Hardyville, A.T. (Arizona Territory), April 18, 1867. The envelope is cancelled by pen and ink, and the town and date are written by hand. Hardyville became a distribution point on the Colorado River...
    • Stagecoaches:  No Place for Sissies

    • Stagecoaches: No Place for Sissies
    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall; Butterfiled Overland Statecoach
    • "Stagecoaches: No Place for Sissies" by Marshall Trimble, North Valley Magazine. Article about the hardships of stagecoach travel in the 1800's.
    • A Trio of Colorful Characters

    • A Trio of Colorful Characters
    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "A Trio of Colorful Characters," North Valley Magazine. "State Historian Marshall Trimble tells us the stories of three early Arizona men: Bill Esenwein, Marguerito Varella, and Jim Sam,"
    • A name with a past

    • A name with a past
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • Despite a great-great uncle’s dark legacy, Hispanic flyboys are American Patriots.
    • Arizona and New Mexico

    • Arizona and New Mexico
    • Mitchell, S. Augustus
    • Arizona; Maps
    • Arizona and New Mexico, 1 map, 32 x 36 cm., ""Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867 by S. Augustus Mitchell in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."" (similar to #89)
    • Military Map of Arizona

    • Military Map of Arizona
    • Trapp, Edward
    • Arizona; Maps
    • Military Map of Arizona, 1 map, photocopy, mounted 44 x 56 cm., map indicates locations of roads, camps, forts and mines. Covers southern two-thirds of territory only, military posts marked with flags
    • Medal of Honor display.

    • Medal of Honor display.
    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • Arizona has many Medal of Honor recipients. Most of them were Indian who received the nation's higest honor during the Indian Wars.
    • Indian Wars display.

    • Indian Wars display.
    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • Indian Wars in Arizona Territory

      The stage line brought many more whites through the Pima villages, but the Civil War had an even greater effect. Far from the center stage, the major impact of the war in Arizona slowed the pace of white...
    • Pima soldier of the 1st Arizona Volunteer Infantry.

    • Pima soldier of the 1st Arizona Volunteer Infantry.
    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • 1st Arizona Volunteer Infantry

      Carleton's California Volunteers established Camp Lowell in Tucson in 1862 after Captain Sherod Hunter evacuated his Confederates. They also founded Fort Bowie near Apache Pass and Fort Whipple near...
    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863

    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863
    • McCormick, Richard
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The seal featured a bearded miner standing casually in front of a wheelbarrow, pick, and short-handled spade. Two bare mountains rose in the background, and at the bottom was the phrase “Ditat Deus,” God enriches.
    • Revised Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863

    • Revised Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863
    • McCormick, Richard
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • Perhaps in response to criticism of the first iteration of the seal being too "comic,", McCormick introduced a revised version of the seal. The redesign was more elaborate and included new shadowing and a small stream at the miner’s feet. Gone...
    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863

    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863
    • Gosper, John
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The first known use of the legislatively approved territorial seal was by Secretary John Gosper to certify the Acts of the Tenth Territorial Legislative Assembly on March 3, 1879. Mulford Winsor, a delegate to Arizona’s Constitutional Convention...
    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863

    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863
    • Bruce, Charles
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • Secretaries of the territory introduced several variations of the legislative seal during the more than 30 years that it was in use. In 1895 Secretary Charles Bruce added simple shading lines to the mountains, deer, and cactus (although the...

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