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    • Indian record June - July 1971

    • Bureau of Indian Affairs
    • Indians of North America -- Periodicals. Indians of North America -- Government relations -- Periodicals. Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Periodicals. Indians, Treatment of -- United States -- Periodicals.
    • Year 1971 Volume 3
    • Indian record August 1969

    • Bureau of Indian Affairs
    • Indians of North America -- Periodicals. Indians of North America -- Government relations -- Periodicals. Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Periodicals. Indians, Treatment of -- United States -- Periodicals.
    • Year 1969 Volume 8
    • Carmen Cajero and Olivia Cajero-Bedford

    • 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...
    • 2015 Arizona Literary Magazine

    • Blake, Elizabeth Editor
    • Arizona Authors Association, Literature-Contests-Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2014 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories of Poetry, Essays, Short Stories, Novels and published categories in Fiction, Nonfiction, and Children's Literature
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2008

    • Martin, Gayle (ed.); Manville, Greta (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2008 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories of Poetry, Essays, Short Stories, Novels as well as Published Fiction and Published Nonfiction. This was the first year with a color cover....
    • 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....
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2004

    • Schartz, Vijaya (ed.); Heathcotte, Toby (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2004 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Article/Essay, Novel, Poetry, and Short Story as well as Published Novel, Published Non-fiction, and Published Children's Literature.
      Table...
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, 2014

    • Blake, Elizabeth, Editor
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in 2014 Arizona Authors Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Article/Essay/True Stories, Novel, Poetry, Short Story and in published categories of Fiction, Nonfiction, and Children's Literature.
    • María García

    • Raul H. Castro Institute
    • Immigration; Chihuahua, Mexico; Instituto Cientifico y Literario; Yuma, AZ; Immaculate Conception Catholic School (Yuma); Arizona Government; Friendly House; Grant park barrio; League of United latin American Citizens (LULAC); Civil Rights;...
    • While living in Phoenix during the 1940s and 1950s, María García stood out as a woman who courageously spoke up for social issues, even though she was an immigrant and carried a heavy accent. Born in 1898, María grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico, and...
    • The Manual Chavez family

    • Unknown
    • Pioneers--Arizona--Sedona
    • When Juan Nuanez's American citizenship was questioned, he sent for his father-in-law, Manual Chavez, to take the place Juan had been homesteading along Oak Creek. Chavez lost his rights to homestead again after he gave Nuanez's land back to him,...
    • 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...
    • Dr. Troy Péwé, University Portrait

    • Arizona State University
    • Péwé, Troy Lewis; Geology, Stratigraphic -- Quarternary -- Antartica; Geochronometry -- Alaska; Engineering Geology -- Research; Geological Society of America
    • Troy Péwé studied permafrost and geology in the Arctic, Antarctica, Tibet, Norway, Alaska and Arizona. He was the Head of the University of Alaska’s Geology Department and President of the Alaska Division of the American Association for the...
    • Narcisa Monreal Espinoza

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Civil Rights; Winkleman, AZ; Salt River Indians; Williams AFB; United Latin American Citizens; Equal Employment Opportunities Commission; Title VII; Arizona Women's Political Caucus; National Organization for women; League of Mexican American Women
    • Throughout her life Narcisa Monreal Espinoza has broken the mold of traditional roles for Latinas from her generation. Narcisa and her twin sister Sofia were born in 1923 in the mining town of Winkelman, Ariz. The Monreal family finally settled...
    • Arizona Pioneers' Home report of annual evaluation

    • Arizona. Department of Health Services.
    • Arizona Pioneers Home; Arizona. State Hospital for Disabled Miners;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Reports conducted by Arizona Department of Health Services.
    • Tucson Directory 1881 (Part 2 of 3) - About Tucson

    • G. W. Barter
    • Tucson (Ariz.) -- Directories; Tucson (Ariz.) -- Social registers;
    • This section of the Directory contains a history of Tucson (past, present, and future), history of incidents occurring from 1871 to 1881, events of 1881, the duties and power of corporate officers, Pima County Officers, Federal Official List of...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1881 (Part 2 of 4) - About Arizona

    • W. C. Disturnell
    • Arizona -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory contains topography, climate, resources, mining districts, mining superintendents, quartz mills, counties and county officers, Indian reservations, ancient ruins, how it (Arizona) derived its name, railroads,...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 2 of 9) - About Arizona

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory contains information about Arizona, Territorial Officers, Executive Departments, Official List of Post offices, a synopsis of the Principal Commercial Laws of Arizona, and a synopsis of the Mining Laws of...
    • Twenty Teen Club at Paulos Restaurant, circa 1942-1949

    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Pioneers; Tucson (Ariz.); Women--Southwest
    • This portrait is of the Twenty Teen Club (now the Arco Iris Club) at Paulos Restaurant in Tucson, circa 1942-1949. Identified in the image are Angie Islas, Dora Martinez-Felix, Nellie Ramirez-Rivera, Mona Sibala, Lupe Serventi, Molly Romo, Licha...
    • Men of the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group

    • LaGrone, Roy
    • United States. Army Air Forces. Fighter Group, 332nd. United States. Army Air Forces. Fighter Squadron, 99th. La Grone, Roy, 1921-1993.
    • This painting is itself a tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen and includes a written tribute from the artist, Roy LaGrone, who was himself a Tuskegee Airman. These men were pioneers, becoming the first African-American military aviators. LaGrone went on...
    • Arizona State Library Newsletter No. 16 April, 1941

    • State of Arizona Department of Library and Archives
    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
    • This issue of the State Library Newsletter includes facts and figures pertaining to the 15th Legislature and session laws of 1941.
    • Arizona State Library Newsletter No. 12 October, 1939

    • State of Arizona Department of Library and Archives
    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
    • This issue of the State Library Newsletter includes a bibliography and checklist of reports and publications of state agencies from July 1, 1938 to June 30,1939.
    • Arizona State Library Newsletter No. 04 October, 1936

    • State of Arizona Department of Library and Archives
    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
    • This issue of the State Library Newsletter includes a bibliography and check-list of publications, reports, and public documents of state agencies issued or received from July 1,1935, to June 30,1936.
    • Arizona The State Magazine 1916

    • Scott, C.S. (ed)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The State Magazine Vol 6 No. 3-12, January-October 1916; and Vol 7 No. 1 and 2, November-December 1916.
    • Arizona The State Magazine, 1918

    • Scott, C.S. (ed.); Westfall, A.H. (Pres.)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The State Magazine Vol 8 No 2-7, March-August 1918 and Vol 9 No. 1-2 December 1918
    • Arizona The New State Magazine, 1912

    • Reaves, John Arden (Pub.) and State Publishing Company (Pub.)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The New State Magazine, 1912, Vol 2 No. 4-12, January-February, April-October; Vol 3 No. 1-2, November-December.
    • Arizona The State Magazine and Pathfinder 1921

    • McConnell, W.W.P (ed. and man.); Walters, Edwin (prof., assoc. ed.); Kennison, Edgar (assoc. ed.); Colvin, Howard (assoc. ed.); Reiseberg, Harry (assoc. ed.)
    • Arizona; History
    • 1921 begins the combination of "Pathfinder" magazine and "Arizona" magazine, and new editor and associate editors. This year includes Vol 11 No. 8-12, January-June 1921, and Vol 12 No. 1-3, August-October 1921. There is no issue for November or...
    • Arizona The State Magazine 1923

    • Various
    • Arizona; History
    • In the July issue, the magazine gained a new Director and a new motto, "Arizona: the Land of Tomorrow." Additionally, the format changed to focus on Arizona's resources and add more fiction stories. Arizona the State Magazine Vol 13 No. 3-9,...
    • Arizona The New State Magazine, 1911

    • Reaves, John Arden (pub.)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The New State Magazine, 1911, Vol. 1 No. 5-6, March and July; Vol. 2 No. 2-3, November and December
    • Arizona The State Magazine, 1917

    • Scott, C.S. (ed.); Westfall, A.H. (Pres.)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The State Magazine Vol 7 No. 4-12, February-October 1917 and Vol 8 No. 1-2 November-December 1917
    • Zoeleen "Zoe" McLain Blain - Oral History

    •  
    • Blain, Zoeleen "Zoe" McLain --Singing --Yodeler --Yodeling --Miss Prescott Pageant --Miss Arizona Pageant
    • This is an oral history interview with Zoeleen "Zoe" McLain Blain (b. July 17, 1922 and d. May 11, 2000) from Prescott, Arizona. Zoe Blain discusses being a regular child-singer attraction, c. 1930s, in the weekly community sings at the Prescott...
    • Our Trip to Arizona from Missouri.

    • Smith, Benjamin A.
    • Wagons; Pioneers; Frontier and pioneer life--Arizona
    • This is an account of Benjamin A. Smith's migration from Missouri to Arizona in 1887 with his family in search of better wages.
    • Joseph H. Richards Diary, 1876.

    • Richards, Joseph H.
    • Mormons; Pioneers; Missionaries; Diaries
    • This is a typed version of the diary of Joseph H. Richards, created while Richards was on a mission to Arizona in 1876. The typed version was created by George S. Tanner.
    • Fish Family History, Part 1

    • Fish, Rollin
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography; Lakeside (Ariz.); Mormon pioneers -- Arizona -- biographies; Sawmills -- accidents; Sawmills -- Arizona;
    • This interview of Rollin Fish, Ferrel Fish's father, was conducted by Barry Richens, a Northland Pioneer College instructor, in 1977. Rollin is a son of one of the six original Mormon families to settle Lakeside, Arizona. He tells about his...
    • Learning Packet: Shelter

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Cities and towns -- Arizona -- Tucson -- History; Tucson (Ariz.) -- History;
    • The "Shelter" learning packet is a series of articles and activities designed to explore how the structures we build reflect our culture and environment. By examining history and architecture we can see how our own community developed and create a...
    • The Voice Vol 34 [August 24, 1998 - May 07, 1999]

    • Glendale Community College
    • Student publications--Arizona; Student newspapers and periodicals--Arizona; Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • The Voice, Vol 34. This .pdf contains Numbers 1 - 16 from August 24, 1998 to May 07, 1999.
    • The Thunderbird (magazine), Volume 01, Number 07

    • Southwest Airways, Inc.
    • Falcon Field (Mesa, Ariz.); Flight training--Arizona; Flight training--United States; Military operations, Aerial--American; Military operations, Aerial--British; Military operations, Aerial--Chinese; Southwest Airways--Periodicals; Southwest...
    • The Thunderbird magazine was published monthly by Southwest Airways, Inc. beginning in March 1943. The magazine documents the company's operations of four airfields across the Phoenix Valley, Thunderbird Field No. 1 (Glendale, Ariz.), Thunderbird...
    • The Thunderbird (magazine), Volume 01, Number 11

    • Southwest Airways, Inc.
    • Falcon Field (Mesa, Ariz.); Flight training--Arizona; Flight training--United States; Military operations, Aerial--American; Military operations, Aerial--British; Military operations, Aerial--Chinese; Southwest Airways--Periodicals; Southwest...
    • The Thunderbird magazine was published monthly by Southwest Airways, Inc. beginning in March 1943. The magazine documents the company's operations of four airfields across the Phoenix Valley, Thunderbird Field No. 1 (Glendale, Ariz.), Thunderbird...

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