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    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2010

    • Heathcotte, Toby (administrator); Jones, Scott (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in 2010 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Essay, Novel, Poetry, Short Story and in published categories of Children's Literature, Fiction, and Nonfiction.
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    • Phoenix Troop 1

    • Unknown
    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Phoenix Girl Scout Troop 1, 1933-34. Jean Clark, standing on right, is the leader, Phoenix, Arizona. Service to Christmas Seals. Christmas Seals were sold by the Girl Scouts to raise money for the American Lung Association to fight tuberculosis.
    • State Anthem

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • Arizona has two state songs, the "Arizona March Song," was written in 1915 by Margaret Rowe Clifford with music by Maurice Blumenthal. Rex Allen, Jr. wrote a song titled "Arizona." It was adopted in 1982 as an alternate state song.
    • State Neckwear

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The bola tie, which originated in Arizona, is the official state neckware, adopted on August 13, 1971. The bola tie, considered "a new symbol of the West," is usually crafted by silversmiths and leather makers in many shapes, sizes, and types. The...
    • State Mammal

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The ringtail is the state mamal. It is not really a cat but is related to the raccoon and coatimundi. The ringtail is also known as the ringtail cat, miner's cat, and cacomistle. It was designated the state mammal in 1986 - A.R.S. 41-859.
    • State Seal

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The state's key enterprises are symbolized on the Arizona state seal. In the background is a mountain range with the sun rising behind the peaks. At the right side of the mountain range is a storage reservoir and a dam. Irrigated fields and...
    • State Reptile

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The Arizona Ridge-Nosed Rattlesnake was the last rattlesnake to be named by herpetologists. This snake is small, rarely weighing more than 3-4 ounces as an adult or growing more than 24 inches. The Ridge-Nosed Rattlesnake inhabits only the...
    • State Fish

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The Apache Trout is the state fish. It has yellowish background color and pink lateral banding. Its spots are pronounced and usually spaced over the body. The Apache Trout has been historically found in the headwaters of the Salt, San Francisco,...
    • State Gemstone

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • Turquoise, the state gemstone, is a blue-green, waxy-surfaced stone used for centuries in Native American jewelry. It is found throughout the Southwest. It is composed of hydrous oxide of aluminum and copper. Turquoise was approved as the state...
    • History of the Arizona State Seal

    • Department of State, Secretary of State’s Office
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • Document published by the Arizona Secretary of State describing the storied past of the State Seal of Arizona.
    • Arizona Seals

    • Winsor, Mulford
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • A memorandum of the Great Seals by which, from the date of its birth and throughout its existence as Territory and State, Arizona has authenticated its official instruments and public documents.
    • 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

    • 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 were...
    • The Great Seal of Gila County Arizona, 1881

    • Unknown
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • Although the second version of the seal was retired in 1879, a version of the original McCormick seal is still in use by Gila County. It bears a small discrepancy in the motto, “Dit Deus.”
    • State Flower

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Arizona Capitol Museum Division.
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • The state flower is the pure white waxy blossom of the saguaro, the largest cactus in the United States. The saguaro blossoms appear on the tips of the long arms of the cactus during May and June. The saguaro blossom was adopted as the floral...
    • 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

    • 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...
    • Seal of the Territory of Arizona, 1863

    • Walter, Rollins
    • Arizona; Signs and symbols; Seals and labels
    • An improvement in the seal’s artwork came in 1905 when Secretary W.F. Nichols adopted a drawing from Phoenix artist Walter Rollins. In it the deer faced left, the mountains bore more resemblance to the San Francisco peaks, the trees and cactus were...
    • Annual report / Central Arizona Project

    • Central Arizona Project (U.S.).
    • Central Arizona Project (U.S.)--Periodicals; Water resources development--Arizona--Periodicals; Water supply--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Published annually.

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