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    • Arizona Agency Handbook

    • State of Arizona, Office of the Attorney General
    • Administrative law--Arizona; Personnel management--Arizona; Arizona--Officials and employees--Rules and practice;
    • This title contains one or more publications
    • FDIC state profile, Arizona [quarterly edition]

    • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
    • Banks and banking--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals; Economic indicators--Arizona--Periodicals; Arizona--Economic conditions--21st century--Periodicals
    • This title contains one or more publications. Note: as of January 2007, FDIC State Profiles were reformatted as a quarterly one page fact sheet with a table of banking and economic conditions in each state. The prior versions included narratives...
    • Views and news

    • Arizona Criminal Justice Commission.
    • Criminal law--Arizona--Periodicals; Criminal justice, Administration of--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Newsletter published in January, April, July, and October.
    • Strong border, secure Arizona

    • Arizona. Office of the Governor.
    • Arizona--Politics and government;
    • 1 page (PDF version). File size: 38.225 KB. "Governor Janet Napolitano, 2006 State of the State Address, January 9, 2006"
    • 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.
    • 1922 Rosa Ronquillo Letter of Application

    • Norman J. Roberts
    • Post Office Archives; Women--Arizona--History-- 1920-1940; Mexican American women--Employment--Southwestern States--History; Mexican Americans--Arizona--History.
    • 1922 reference letter from Postmaster Norman J. Roberts on Rosa R. Rhodes's behalf. Bottom portion reads "Although of mexican parantage, she speaks English, [and I] am of the opinion that she has had sufficient education to handle the office".
    • Sulphur Springs Valley Agricultural Development

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    • Agriculture -- Arizona -- Sulphur Springs Valley
    • "Agricultural Development in Sulphur Springs Valley" - A brochure advertising the region of Arizona near Douglas as an ideal location for crops and livestock. The brochure showcases the area's climate, enjoyable living, and water supply for...
    • "Arizona's Forest Bounty"

    • Arizona Forest Industries Committee
    • Forest Products Industry -- Arizona -- Statistics; Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972
    • "Arizona's Forest Bounty" -- An informational brochure describing Arizona's timber resouces, commercial and noncommercial forests, lumber industry, pulp industry, water resources, and other forest issues.
    • Arizona's Rich Hill

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    • Gold Mines and Mining -- Arizona
    • "Arizona's Rich Hill." Pamphlet of the history of gold mining starting with the first discovery found in the Dome Rock Hills in 1861.
    • "Boom to Bust"

    • Dixon, Michael
    • Mines and Mineral Resources -- Arizona -- History
    • "Boom to Bust" -- Reprint article describing the travelers who left the eastern U.S. for the mining towns of Arizona.
    • Fifty Years of Mining in the State of Arizona

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    • Mines and Mineral Resources -- Arizona -- History
    • "Fifty Years of Mining in the State of Arizona". A booklet describing the history of mining from 1854-1870 and the flood of prospectors that entered Arizona for mining.
    • "Gila River Farms"

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    • Gila River Indian Community (Ariz.) -- Farming
    • "Gila River Farms" -- Informational Brochure on Gila River Farms, a 14,000 Acre Farm on the Gila River Indian Community.
    • "Last of the Frontier Merchants"

    • Danson, Edward B.
    • Fur Trade -- Arizona; Trading Posts -- Arizona
    • "Last of the Frontier Merchants" -- Article about the History of Fur Traders and Trading Posts in Arizona. Originally Published in "National Parks Magazine".
    • "Path of Fire" Photo Essay

    • Annerino, John
    • Annerino, John; United States -- Emigration and Immigration
    • "Path of Fire" is a photo essay by John Annerino detailing the illegal desert crossing of 4 Mexican men with little water to reach Interstate 8 and farming jobs.

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