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    • Sahuarita area transportation study

    • Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
    • Transportation--Arizona--Sahuarita--Planning; Highway planning--Arizona--Sahuarita;
    • This title contains one or more publications
    • City of Sierra Vista safe bicycle and pedestrian routes

    • Kimley-Horn and Associates
    • Cycling--Arizona--Sierra Vista--Planning; Bicycle commuting--Arizona--Sierra Vista--Planning; Pedestrians--Arizona--Sierra Vista--Planning; Industrial safety--Arizona--Sierra Vista--Planning
    • This title contains one or more publications
    • Arizona's mining update

    • Niemuth, Nyal J.
    • Mines and mineral resources--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • 5 year bid date report

    • Arizona. Dept. of Transportation, Intermodal Transportation Division.
    • Transportation--Arizona;
    • This item contains one or more publications.
    • Camp Verde Business Corridor Study

    • ADOT, Jacobs
    • Commercial strips--Arizona--Camp Verde; Highway planning--Arizona--Camp Verde; city planning--Arizona--Camp Verde; Transportation --Arizona--Camp Verde;
    • This title contains one or more publications
    • Archaeological survey of Texas

    • Sayles, E. B. (Edwin Booth), 1892-1977
    • Archaeological surveying--Texas; Antiquities--Texas; Indians of North America--Texas; Isleta Indians--Texas; Jicarilla Indians--Texas; Mescalero Indians--Texas; Apache Indians--Texas; Jumano Indians--Texas; Comanche Indians--Texas; Kiowa...
    • An archaeological survey of Texas whose purpose is to "define the cultures of Texas and their boundaries; to determine the relations which may once have existed between the tribes of Texas and those of adjoining sections; and to seek traces of the...
    • Arizona County Profiles

    • Arizona Dept. of Commerce
    • Cities and towns--Arizona; Economic conditions--Arizona
    • This title contians one or more publications
    • Sehili Arizona

    • Unknown
    • Sehili (Ariz.); Navajo Indians--Arizona--Sehili; Navajo Indian Reservation (Ariz.)
    • "Approaching Sehili Nav. Settlement Sage brush and pine."
    • Casa Grande Prehistoric Ruins

    • Megargee, Lon (1883-1960)
    • Megargee, Lon; Casa Grande (Ariz.) Ruins--Arizona.
    • "Casa Grande Prehistoric Ruins" is one of fifteen murals painted by Lon Megargee for the Arizona State Capitol from 1913 to 1914. It depicts a coyote and sage in front of the ruins. About 10 years before this painting, a roof had been put over the...
    • Bunch Grass

    • Unknown
    • Grasses; Sage brush
    • "On the Plains, showing scant vegetation, Sage Brush and bunch grass"
    • "Water vs. Rattlesnakes, Judge Kibbey Presiding" Exhibit

    • Unknown
    • Arizona State Capitol (Phoenix, Ariz.); Historical museums; Civic and government museums
    • "Without water the Salt River Valley would still be a desert uninhabited save by the jack rabbit, coyote, and the rattlesnake; and devoid of vegetation except the sage brush and the cactus. Water is just as essential to the maintenance of the...
    • Out West: Essays

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • West (U.S.) – In literature; American literature – West (U.S.); Western stories; West (U.S.) – Literary Collections; Arizona – Description and travel
    • A booklet containing a scholarly essay entitled “Out West,” by Paul Carter, that examines the origins of the mythology of the west, viewed through the lens of the region’s distinctive biophysical environment, and rooted in the brief period in...
    • Indian Country: Essays

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • American literature -- West (U.S.) West (U.S.) -- Literary collections. West (U.S.) in literature.
    • A booklet containing two scholarly essays, “Inventing the American Indian,” by Bernard L. Fontana and “From Bad Guy to Good Guy: The southwestern Indian in Fiction,” by C. L. Sonnichsen, examining the changing American perception of the Native...

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