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    • Cochise County

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    • Mining--Arizona; History--Arizona, History--Cochise County
    • A brief history of the mining, agricultural, cultural and social history of Cochise County at the beginning of the 20th century. Note: File size is 13 MB requiring several minutes to download.
    • Oral history interview with Tom Judd

    • Judd, Tom
    • San Francisco River; Nelson Reservoir; Sierra Blanca Lodge
    • Tom Judd talks about Alpine in the 1800s; farming and ranching in Alpine; the winter weather.
    • The History of Arizona Volume Two

    • Farish, Thomas Edwin
    • Arizona; History
    • "Arizona - The name is significant. Its derivation is uncertain; all that is known of it is that in the latter part of the seventeenth century it was given to a range of mountains across the border in Northern Sonora, in what was then known as...
    • Manuela Sánchez Sotelo and María Sotelo Miller

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Maricopa County (Ariz.)--History; Maricopa County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Tempe (Ariz.)—History; first Mexican family to settle in Salt River Valley area (Ariz.)--History
    • Unimaginable hardships faced the settlers from Mexico and the eastern United States who began becoming to the Salt River Valley in the 1860s and 1870s. The unforgiving terrain challenged farming skills, required homesteading talents and presented...
    • Cecilia D. Esquer

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Pima County (Ariz.)--History; Pima County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Tucson, Arizona—History; Legislators Mine Clifton-Morenci Heritage
    • With a passion for civic activism rooted in their Clifton-Morenci mining heritage, the women of the Cajero families have made public service an array of life. Carmen Cajero brought compassion, insight, stamina, and a tremendous work ethic to her...
    • Cecilia D. Esquer

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Pima County (Ariz.)--History; Pima County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Tucson, Arizona—History; Legislators Mine Clifton-Morenci Heritage
    • With a passion for civic activism rooted in their Clifton-Morenci mining heritage, the women of the Cajero families have made public service an array of life. Carmen Cajero brought compassion, insight, stamina, and a tremendous work ethic to her...
    • Manuela Sánchez Sotelo and María Sotelo Miller

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Maricopa County (Ariz.)--History; Maricopa County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Tempe (Ariz.)—History; first Mexican family to settle in Salt River Valley area (Ariz.)--History
    • Unimaginable hardships faced the settlers from Mexico and the eastern United States who began becoming to the Salt River Valley in the 1860s and 1870s. The unforgiving terrain challenged farming skills, required homesteading talents and presented...
    • Faces of Post 41: Setting the Stage

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • The early history of Arizona, and some of our early Latino contributors to military history.
    • Arizona Blue Book

    • Secretary of Arizona
    • Arizona--Registers; Arizona--Officials and Employees
    • Territorial Blue Blook
    • Ceramic Bowl

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    • Native American arts
    • Pottery bowl. Red with terra cotta colored designs. Mojave. Basket reeds tied around rim. Red and terracotta coloring. 6.5 inches deep. 11 inches wide. 11 inches long.
    • Narrow Mouth Storage Jar

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    • Native American arts
    • Pottery jug. Grey with faded rust design. Mohave. Chipped rim. Reconstructed jug with geometric and spotted design. Fibre rope wrapped and knotted around neck. 11 inches high.
    • Ceramic Bowl with Butterfly Maiden Katsina Design

    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Pottery bowl, chip out of rim. Hopi. Reconstructed with adhesive that left drip marks. Design is an anthropomorphic figure with elaborates headdress, earrings, necklace and face paint. 3.25 inches deep. 9.25 inches in diameter.
    • Clay Bowl with Design

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    • Native American arts
    • Round pottery bowl. Orange in color. Hopi. On the rim of the bowl there are four sets of two dots. The interior of the bowl is hand painted with two black lines on top of which are two rust colored arcs which frame a design featuring triangular...
    • Chipped Clay Bowl with Design

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    • Native American arts
    • Round pottery bowl. Dark orange in color. Hopi. The interior of the bowl is hand painted with two black lines on top of which are two rust colored arcs which frame a design featuring triangular shapes, the central one of which is a triangle...
    • Oblong Clay Container

    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Prehistoric black-on-red jar. No design. Terracotta color. 4 inches tall. 5.75 inches in diameter.
    • Hopi Cooking Jar

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    • Native American arts
    • Cooking Jar. Rough texture. Hopi. Slight lip on rim. Beige and grey color. 3.75 inches tall. 5 inches in diameter.
    • Red Ware Jar

    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Pottery bowl. Bird design. Hopi. Black paint on rust color. 2.75 inches deep. 6 inches in diameter.
    • Sikyatki Revival Ceramic Bowl

    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Sikyatki Revival ceramic bowl. Hopi. Cream to light orange in color. Black and rust designs. 3.25 inches deep. 9.25 inches in diameter.
    • Coiled Wine Bowl with Repeating Design

    • Unknown
    • Tohono O'odham baskets
    • Wine bowl. Tohono O'odham. See "Gathering Hamanh - Papago" in the Arizona Memory Project collection "Images from the Edward Curtis Collection." This basket was used to hold saguaro wine. Geometric design. Tan and black colors. 7 inches deep. ...
    • Large Closed Coil Tray Basket

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    • Maricopa Indians
    • Coiled bowl basket. Maricopa (Pee Posh) or Pima (Akimel O'odham). Geometric designs. Tan and black designs. 5.5 inches in depth. 17 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Basket with Black Fret Design

    • Unknown
    • Maricopa Indians
    • Coiled bowl shaped basket with fret design. Maricopa (Pee Posh) or Pima (Akimel O’odham). Geometric design. Black and tan colors. 4.5 inches deep. 16.5 inches in diameter.
    • Open Stitch Coiled Bowl with Fret Design

    • Unknown
    • Maricopa Indians
    • Open stitch coiled bowl with fret design. Maricopa (Pee Posh) or Pima (Akimel O’odham). Geometric designs. Natural tan and black colors.
    • Closed Coil Basket with Star Design

    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Coiled bowl basket with star design. Western Apache basket. Made of willow and martynia with a petal design in the center. Black and natural color. 10.5 inches deep. 27.25 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Basket with Dark Geometric Design

    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Coiled basket in bowl shape. Dark geometric design made of martynia. Yavapai or Western Apache. Tan and black colors. 4.25 inches deep. 13.625 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Tray with Whirlwind Design

    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Basket. Tray. Western Apache. Whirlwind design radiating out from the center. Black and natural tan colors. 2 inches deep. 14.25 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Basket with Cross Design

    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Basket bowl. Western Apache. At the center of the round basket, there is a black cross. The sides are decorated in cross and other geometric patterns. Black and tan colors. 4 inches deep. 9.25 inches in diameter.
    • Burden Basket with Fringe

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    • Apache baskets
    • Twined burden basket. Havasupai. Leather straps in four clusters around rim. Geometric designs. Black, red and tan colors. 13 inches deep. 15.5 inches in diameter.
    • Burden Basket

    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Twined burden basket. Western Apache. Two thick and two thin bands running around the basket. Black, tan and orange colors. 15.5 inches tall. 16.5 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Hamper with Lid

    • Unknown
    • Jicarilla Indians; Apache baskets
    • Coiled hamper. Jicarilla Apache. Cylindrical shaped basket with zig-zags design in natural, blue, red and orange colors. Round lid for the cylindrical basket. 26.75 inches tall. 11.5 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Bowl with Animal Design

    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Winnowing basket. Southern Paiute. Round basket made of sumac. Decorated with vegetal dye in geometric and animal motifs. Photographed by Curtis in "From the Threshing Floor - San Juan." 7.5 inches deep. 20.375 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Basket

    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Basket. Navajo or Paiute. Round tray with faded design. Natural tan in color. 4.5 inches deep. 20.5 inches in diameter.

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