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    • 1952 AIFT Horizons (yearbook)

    • American Institute for Foreign Trade (Thunderbird School of Global Management)
    • Thunderbird class yearbook; Thunderbird School of Global Management
    • This yearbook chronicles the 1951-1952 academic year at the American Institute for Foreign Trade and is dedicated to Dr. William Lytle Schurz and in memory of General Barton Kyle Yount. The publication includes individual photographs of...
    • 1961 Flagstaff City Directory part II

    • Johnson Publishing Co.
    • Flagstaff (Ariz.)--City directories; Flagstaff (Ariz.)--Telephone directories; Flagstaff (Ariz.) History
    • The 1961 Flagstaff City Directory, pages 271-660. Covers Flagstaff and presents a slice of life at that time, including a brief history of Flagstaff and demographics, local attractions, clubs and organizations. They correlate with a Street and...
    • "The Traveler" Glendale Community College Literary Magazine, 1981

    • Glendale Community College
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.); College students' writings, American--Arizona--Glendale--Periodicals; Creative writing (Higher education)--Periodicals; Short stories, American--Periodicals; American poetry--20th...
    • The Traveler, Spring, 1981. Editor: Gale Hastings. Art Director: Rob Richards. Cover Design: Maria Sieve. Literary Advisor: Conrad Bayley. Art and Production Advisor: Mirta Hamilton. Photography Advisor: Willis Peterson. Editorial Staff: Flo...
    • Almarie Masayestewa starting a wicker plaque

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Plaques; Wicker Baskets
    • Almarie Masayestewa of Hotevilla starts a wicker plaque. Here, she lines up siwi (dune broom) strips with the help of a wooden board that consists of two parts and pushes the siváapi (rabbitbrush) tight with her awl. For this plaque, Almarie adds...
    • Almarie Masayestewa weaving a wicker plaque

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Plaques; Wicker Basktes
    • Almarie Masayestewa of Hotevilla begins to weave a plaque. Here, she is breaking off a strip of siváapi (rabbitbrush) with an awl. A pattern of dyed strips forming the center of the plaque can already be seen. The over/under weaving pattern of...
    • Arizona Highways, August 2004

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, August 2004

      Contents:
      02 LETTERS & E-MAIL
      03 TAKING THE OFF-RAMP
      06 SPECIAL INDIAN ARTS SECTION: NATIVE AMERICAN ORIGINALITY There’s a quiet, unique world in Arizona where artisans go about the tedious work...
    • Arizona Highways, August 2006

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, August 2006

      Contents:
      02 DEAR EDITOR
      03 ALL WHO WANDER Searching for Johnny Ringo’s ghost.
      04 VIEWFINDER Return to bygone days through historic photographs.
      05 TAKING THE...
    • Arizona Highways, February 1990

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 1990

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 HIGH COUNTRY SNOW SURVEY Text by Lawrence W. Cheek. Photographs by Richard Weston. Maintaining optimum water levels in desert reservoirs requires...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1989

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, January 1989

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 THE APACHE TRAIL by Joseph E. Brown. State Route 88, central Arizona’s most popular byway, offers 45 miles of breathtaking desert, mountain, lake, and...
    • Arizona Highways, October 1981

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, October 1981

      Contents:

      03 THE FIRST SOUTHWESTERNERS Introducing the people of the past: the Hohokam, Mogollon, and Anasazi.
      08 ON THE ROAD TO RUINS A colorful and exciting guided tour of the places where...
    • Arizona Highways, October 2005

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, October 2005

      Contents:
      02 DEAR EDITOR
      03 ALL WHO WANDER A ghostly encounter with an old-time storyteller.
      04 VIEWFINDER Chance favors the prepared mind and dogs with climbing partners.
      05 TAKING THE...
    • Arizona Highways, October 2012

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, October 2012

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S LETTER
      03 CONTRIBUTORS
      04 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
      05 THE JOURNAL People, places and things from around the state, including a place we like to call “Dog Heaven” down in...
    • 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 State Magazine, 1915

    • Scott, C.S. (ed) and Young, Etta Gifford (assoc. ed)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The State Magazine Vol 5 No. 3 and 5-7, January, May, July, October 1915; and Vol 6 No. 1-2, November-December 1915.
    • 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.
    • Coiled basket making

    • Helga Teiwes, Photographer
    • Tohono O'odham baskets; Basket making
    • Tohono O'odham coiled baskets are famous worldwide. In this sequence of thirteen images, Tohono O'odhams show how they gather the beargrass and yucca that is used in making coiled baskets and how they split the devil's claw, called ihug, used in...
    • Awl

    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Complete awl, manufactured from a bone from the front leg of a deer. The tip shows polish from use. Awls such as this one may have been used to punch holes in organic raw materials during manufacture of various objects, such as baskets or...
    • Awl Case

    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Beaded leather container. Western Apache. Two pieces of flat leather sewn together with white thread along three sides. Strands of blue and yellow beads between stitches. Beaded symmetrical designs on both sides of body. Strands of cone shaped...
    • El Tiempo Pasando Vol. 14 [September 14, 1978 - May 03, 1979]

    • Glendale Community College
    • Student publications--Arizona; Student newspapers and periodicals--Arizona; Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • El Tiempo Pasando, Vol. 14. This .pdf contains Vol 14, No 1 - 24 from September 14, 1978 - May 03, 1979.
    • Excavations at Mesa Verde National Park, 1947-48

    • O'Bryan, Deric, 1913-
    • Excavations (Archaeology); Architecture, Prehistoric; Material culture; Pueblo Indians
    • Based on excavations at Mesa Verde National Park, this paper outlines the region's cultural stages between 525 and 1200 AD.
    • Fables de la Fontaine (Fables of La Fontaine)

    • La Fontaine, Jean de (1621-1695)
    • Fables; French Gratitude Train; Merci Train
    • This book of fables was donated by Micheal Pecriaux. It is the first volume printed in 1834. The front cover contains a handwritten message written in French from "Michel Pecrioux, 49 ru de Soissones, Chateau T[indecipherable]." The images...
    • Hairpin

    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Two pieces of a hairpin manufactured from the long bone of a large mammal. Original object was very long with a tapered tip and some polish along the tip and shaft. This awl was recovered from a pithouse located in a habitation area of the Pueblo...
    • The History of Arizona Volume One

    • 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...
    • House Joint Resolution 14

    • United States Department of State
    • Law--United States--Periodicals
    • Documents Leading to Statehood Joint resolution 14 "approving the constitution formed by the constitutional conventions of the Territories of New Mexico and Arizona,"
    • Joyce Ann Saufkie pulling mooho (yucca) strips with her teeth

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Coiled Baskets; Plaques; Yucca plant
    • Joyce Ann Saufkie of Shungopovi works on a basket. The mooho (yucca) strips are pulled tight in her teeth. In her right hand is an awl. With her left hand, she cleans the yucca strip so it can be used in the weaving.
    • Joyce Ann Saufkie working on a coiled plaque

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Coiled Baskets; Plaques; Yucca plant
    • Joyce Ann Saufkie of Shungopovi works on a coiled plaque by weaving the yucca strips through a hole with the awl in her right hand. Dyed and undyed strands stick out and are waiting to be coiled to create the plaque's pattern.
    • Letter of Condolence from Ann Kirkpatrick, U.S. Representative, Arizona District One

    • Kirkpatrick, Ann
    • Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Wildfire fighters; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Letter of condolence from Ann Kirkpatrick, Congresswoman from District One in Arizona, Washington, D.C. A hand written note to Fire Chief Fraijo reads “Thank you for your leadership. My heart goes out to all our firefighters.”
    • Archaeological survey of Chihuahua, Mexico

    • Sayles, E. B. (Edwin Booth), 1892-1977
    • Archaeological surveying; Indians of Central America; Architecture, Prehistoric; Indian pottery; Pottery, Prehistoric; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (36,648kb pdf) Archaeological survey of Chihuahua, Mexico to determine the culture groups that may have inhabited or influenced the development of culture in the area.
    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley

    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Archaeological surveying; Pueblo Indians; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (17,796kb, 13,414kb pdfs) Describes the excavations and findings at the White Mound and the Red Mesa Valley areas and their significance to the Pueblo cultures.
    • Mogollon culture of southwestern New Mexico

    • Haury, Emil W. (Emil Walter), 1904-
    • Mogollon culture; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology)--New Mexico; Architecture, Prehistoric--New Mexico; Mimbres River Valley (N.M.)--Antiquities; Catron County (N.M.)--Antiquities; Grant County (N.M.)--Antiquities;...
    • This report is concerned with the excavations in two pit house villages of southwestern New Mexico; the first, the Mogollon village, situated on the east bank of the San Francisco River about ten miles north of Glenwood, in Catron County; and the...
    • 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...
    • Cochise culture

    • Sayles, E. B. (Edwin Booth), 1892-1977
    • Cochise culture; Excavations (Archaeology); Paleo-Indians; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (16,792kb pdf) Excavations from the early-to-mid 1930's in southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico and northern Mexico resulted in the classification of a new culture, the Cochise culture.
    • Analysis of Hohokam pottery design

    • Amsden, Charles Avery, 1899-1941
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Hohokam pottery; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (15,380kb pdf) Analysis of design techniques and treatments used in Hohokam pottery.

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