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    • Yuma School District One multimodal planning study

    • Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Yuma Elementary School District (Yuma County, Ariz.)--Transportation; School children--Transportation--Arizona--Yuma; Local transit--Arizona--Yuma--Planning.
    • Yuma School District (“District”) One is one of the oldest and largest districts in Yuma, encompassing the majority of Yuma city limits with currently: 12 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and over 9,000 students, covering several low to...
    • Arizona youth tobacco survey 2005 report

    • University of Arizona. Evaluation, Research, and Development Unit.
    • Youth--Tobacco use--Arizona;
    • 60 pages (PDF version). File size: 206.392 KB. "November 2006."--Cover.
    • 2002 Arizona youth survey gender study

    • Arizona Criminal Justice Commission.
    • Youth--Arizona--Sexual behavior; Youth development--Arizona--Sex differences;
    • 20 pages (PDF version). File size: 221.564 KB.
    • ...The State of This Nation is Good

    • Roosevelt, Franklin D.
    • World War, 1939-1945. Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945. Presidents--United States--Messages.
    • This quotation closed Franklin D. Roosevelt's State of the Union address to Congress in 1943, a message of faith in the American people at a time when the outcome of the war was still very much in doubt. History is often viewed through the lens of...
    • Can All You Can

    • Office of War Information
    • World War, 1939-1945. Canning and preserving.
    • Growing your own food and canning it was strongly encouraged during World War II; those who were unable often had much less well-rounded diets during the war years. World War II, like World War I before it, often fed soldier via a variety of canned...
    • Oral history interview with Arlene (Noble) Saline

    • Saline, Arlene (Noble)
    • World War One; Fort Apache Indian Reservation; Arizona State University
    • Arlene talks about her early family settlers in Alpine, her family and education, and chores on the ranch.
    • Legacy of Courage The Story of Arthur Van Haren, Jr.

    • Renolds, Jean; Raul Castro Institute; Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • World War II; Mexican America Military Service; U.S Navy; Military Aviation
    • Arthur joined the ranks of the few Mexican American men from Phoenix to be given public acclaim as decorated war heroes, although many from the city’s Mexican community served in World War II with distinction. Other young men who received public...
    • Learning Packet: Work

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Working class -- Arizona -- History; Technology -- Social aspects -- Arizona -- History; Occupations -- Arizona -- History.
    • The "Work" learning packet is designed to encourage the user to define work and employment in its past and present forms, as well as to promote discussion of the varying ways of life of the different cultures present in the Sonoran Desert region....
    • Performance audit, State Compensation Fund

    • Arizona. Office of the Auditor General.
    • Workers' compensation--Arizona; Workers' compensation--Law and legislation--Arizona; Employee fringe benefits--Arizona; Employee fringe benefits--Law and legislation--Arizona;
    • 109 pages (PDF version) 4128.006 KB. A report to the Arizona State Legislature December 1988, Report No. 88-10.
    • Viola Jimulla (1878-1966)

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    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Yavapai Indians -- History; Yavapai Indians -- Politics and Government -- Arizona
    • Viola Jimulla was the energetic Chief of the Yavapai Indians from 1940 to 1966, known for helping her people to much greater prosperity. Working alongside Prescott business leaders, she was successful in expanding the reservation by 1300 acres in...
    • Grace Bartell "Little Egypt"

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Prostitutes -- Arizona -- Prescott; Prostitution -- Arizona -- History
    • Prescott's Whiskey Row, also known as Montezuma Street, was the center for much of the nightlife of early Prescott. Most of the saloons were located there, and it was there in 1910 that Grace Bartell, or "Little Egypt," performed her belly dance at...

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