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    • Porter Family History, Part 1

    • Porter Family History, Part 1
    • Porter, Zina
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography; Polygamy--Religious aspects -- Mormon Church -- History
    • Zina Scott Porter was born in 1904 in Mexico. Her grandparents on both sides had moved there after the Manifesto was passed, in order to keep their polygamous families intact. Zina remembers growing up in Mexico, tells of floods, her education,...
    • Porter Family History, Part 2

    • Porter Family History, Part 2
    • Porter, Zina
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography;
    • Zina Porter continues her story at the time of her husband Wilmer's death, and of a trip back to Mexico with friends and family in search of the mountain where Joseph Smith reported receiving the Book of Mormon. She ends with an exhortation for...
    • Family

    • Family
    • Unknown
    • Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Gila River Relocation Center
    • Young family captured in this informal portrait. Weddings, births and deaths were an integral part of camp life.
    • Apache, Yavapai County

    • Apache, Yavapai County
    • Unknown
    • Arizona -- History -- To 1912; Postal service -- Arizona – History; Postmarks – Arizona; Cancellations (Philately) – Arizona; Covers (Philately) – Arizona; Postal stationery
    • Cancelled envelope mailed from Apache, Ariz., September 12, 1910. The return address is Chiricahua, Ariz. The post office was established on Jan. 7, 1873 with John A. Meredith as postmaster. The office was discontinued on Aug. 11, 1875.
    • Yaqui Dancing Figure, Gift to Gov. Bruce Babbitt

    • Yaqui Dancing Figure, Gift to Gov. Bruce Babbitt
    • Unknown
    • Babbitt, Bruce E.; Yaqui Indians--Social life and customs--Arizona; Yaqui dance
    • Yaqui dancing figure on wooden base. The dancer is bare chested and holding a yellow rattle in each hand. He wears a white necklace, a white headdress with a grey and red deer's head, blue pants with white cuffs, black and white waistband, and a...
    • Yabechi Dance Blanket

    • Yabechi Dance Blanket
    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Navajo blankets.
    • Yabechi Dance Blanket. Value $35.00 [value provided by photographer]. [Forrest:] This blanket was in the curio store of John Verkamp. It came from Lukachukai Trading Post, AZ.
    • Wynema Honea's Oral History

    • Wynema Honea's Oral History
    • Harn, Ora Mae
    • Marana (Ariz.)
    • Wynema married Ray Honea in 1946 and moved to Marana in 1950. She talks about the Homemakers' Club, cotton farming, the former downtown, the Honea water system, the Cotton Blossoms, Honea Heights, and the Marana Unified School District. Run time: ...
    • January 13

    • January 13
    • Unknown
    • Earp, Wyatt, 1848-1929; Violence--Arizona--Tombstone--History--19th century
    • Wyatt Earp, participant in the famous 1881 shoot-out at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, died peacefully at the age of 81, in Los Angeles, California, on this date in 1929. This portrait of Earp is dated 1925.
    • The Citadel

    • The Citadel
    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Wupatki National Monument (Ariz.); Ruins.; Pueblo architecture.
    • Wuptaki National Monument. Black Falls Group of Ruins, about 40 miles northeast of Flagstaff, AZ. The Citadel. [Forrest:] This is built in an impregnable position on top of a small lava-capped mesa, overlooking a wide expanse of country (See 6531)....
    • Wupatki Pueblo Ruins

    • Wupatki Pueblo Ruins
    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Wupatki National Monument (Ariz.)
    • Wupatki Ruins. General view of both pueblos from the opposite rim. [Forrest:] Close view and best of all. Shows both pueblos with the Ceremonial Plaza in the wash between.
    • December 9

    • December 9
    • Wallace, Norman G.
    • Wupatki National Monument (Ariz.)
    • Wupatki prehistoric ruins were made a National Monument on this date in 1924. This 1933 photo shows some of the structures at Wupatki.
    • Square Tower Ruin

    • Square Tower Ruin
    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Wupatki National Monument (Ariz.)
    • Wupatki National Monument. Pueblo Ruins, now called Wokoki, at Glore Spring, Known as the Black Falls Group. [Forrest:] The square tower ruin, largest and tallest in the group. This is shown on Nos. 717 and 718. Glore Spring, Coconino County, about...
    • The Citadel

    • The Citadel
    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Ruins.
    • Wupatki National Monument. Pueblo Ruins on the White Mesa. [Forrest:] The Pueblo Citadel on top of a small eminence on the White Mesa also called by cowboys the Aztec Fort. White Mesa, Coconino County, about forty miles northeast of Flagstaff....
    • Pueblo Ruins

    • Pueblo Ruins
    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Ruins.
    • Wupatki National Monument. Pueblo Ruins on the White Mesa. [Forrest:] The largest and best preserved ruin in the group. This is a pueblo on the rim of a canyon. White Mesa, Coconino County, about forty miles northeast of Flagstaff, AZ, July 29,...

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