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    • Zia, New Mexico

    • Unknown
    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico;
    • "Zia, N. M. on Jemez River"
    • Zia Pueblo

    • Unknown
    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico;
    • "Zia Pueblo on Jemez River"
    • Zebra

    • Unknown
    • Zebras
    • "The Native African Zebra, South Africa"
    • Yuma, Arizona: profile of drug indicators

    • United States. Office of National Drug Control Policy
    • Drug abuse--Arizona--Yuma--Statistics; Drug abuse--Arizona--Yuma--Prevention--Statistics; Drug abuse--Government policy--Arizona--Yuma
    • 6 pages (PDF version). File size: 184.22 KB. The report includes map, drug-related statistics for Yuma, and references.
    • 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...
    • Yuma Regional Transit Study

    • Parsons Brinckerhoff
    • Public Transportation--Arizona--Yuma--Study
    • This title contians one or more publications.
    • Yuma natural events action plan implementation report

    • Arizona. Dept. of Environmental Quality. Air Quality Division.
    • Air quality--Arizona--Yuma County; Air--Pollution--Arizona--Yuma County; Dust control--Arizona--Yuma County;
    • 75 pages (PDF version). File size: 719.418 KB. "August 18, 2005"--Cover. Alternate title: Yuma NEAP implementation report.
    • Yuma Indian Hut

    • Unknown
    • Yuma Indians; Indians of North America
    • "Yuma Indians - Indian Hut."
    • Yuma Field Office recreation and visitor services business plans

    • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Yuma Field Office.
    • Recreation areas--Fees--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Management; Recreation areas--Arizona--Management; Wilderness areas--Arizona--Management.
    • 35 pages (PDF version). File size: 998.522 KB. Map. Col ill. Includes bibliographic references. The report provides revenues, public comments on fees, and expenditures statistics. Details on the fees and the recreation passes available are also...
    • Yuma Expressway Study

    • Parsons Brinckerhoff
    • Express highways--Location--Arizona--Yuma; Highway capacity--Arizona--Yuma; Transportation--Arizona--Yuma--Planning;
    • This title contains one or more publications
    • Yuma County community telecom assessment

    • Manweiler Telecom Consulting, LLC
    • Broadband communication systems--Arizona--Yuma County; Telecommunication systems--Arizona--Yuma County; Telecommunication--Arizona--Yuma County; Telecommunication policy- Arizona--Yuma County;
    • 235 pages (PDF version). File size: 5041.348 KB.
    • Young man with burro

    • Hanna, Forman, 1882-1950
    • Hopi Indians
    • A young man with a burro and a dog stand alongside a path located on First Mesa, near Hano, Arizona.
    • Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens)

    • Raver, Duane
    • Yellow perch.
    • The yellow perch is native to much of the northern U.S. east of the Rocky Mountains, down the Atlantic coast as far south as Georgia, and well into Canada. Popular for its mild flavor, the yellow perch is sought after in both sport and commercial...
    • Comprehensive annual financial report / Yavapai County Community College District

    • Yavapai County Community College District.
    • Yavapai County Community College District--Auditing; Community colleges--Arizona--Finance--Statistics;Yavapai County Community College District--Appropriations and expenditures; Community colleges--Arizona--Yavapai County--Finance--Statistics;
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • Yaqui Labor Camp

    • Unknown
    • Marana (Ariz.)
    • This was called the Yaqui Camp and is currently the area known as Yoem Pueblo. The Yaquis settled here and put up shacks and tents in order to be close to the fields. CWUA owned the property and sold it to the Yaqui Tribe.
    • 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...
    • Writers of the Purple Sage: Origins of a National Myth: Introduction and Guide to the Resource Kits

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • American literature – West (U.S.); West (U.S.) – Literary collections; West (U.S.) – In literature
    • Booklet that describes the Writers of the Purple Sage resource kits, provides information about humanities programming, and lists institutional resources in Arizona and New Mexico. Includes acknowledgments, an illustration entitled “Arizonan in...
    • Writers of the Purple Sage: Origins of a National Myth: Guide to the Resource Kits

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • American literature – West (U.S.); West (U.S.) – Literary collections; West (U.S.) – In literature
    • Portfolio containing guides to the four resource kits that comprise Riders of the Purple Sage: Origins of a National Myth. Cover illustration is an undated graphic entitled “Ross Browne on the way home.8.5" x 11".
    • Writers of the Purple Sage: Origins of a National Myth: Editorial Preface

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • American literature – West (U.S.); West (U.S.) – Literary collections; West (U.S.) – In literature
    • Flyer that describes the thought behind the Writers of the Purple Sage, to discover through literature the sources of the prevailing American attitudes towards the Southwest. 4 pages
    • Writers of the Purple Sage: Origins of a National Myth - Audio Cassettes

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • American literature - West (U.S.); West (U.S.) - Literary collections; West (U.S.) - In literature
    • Audiocassette featuring readings by professionals from the literature of the period, relative to the subject matter included in volumes 2-5 of Writers of the Purple Sage. It is designed to be used in public programming, or aired by local radio...
    • Wrapping Rim with Buckskin

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Baskets; Basketry; Baskets Arizona; Weaving; Buckskin; Native American arts; Native American culture; San Carlos Apache Tribe; San Carlos Indian Reservation, AZ
    • Viola Taylor holding the large basket on her lap and wrapping rim with buckskin. Smaller basket, half woven, lies on the bed.
    • Wrapping Buckskin around Rim Loop

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Baskets; Basketry; Baskets Arizona; Weaving; Buckskin; Native American arts; Native American culture; San Carlos Apache Tribe; San Carlos Indian Reservation, AZ
    • Close-up of Viola Taylor's hands, wrapping strip of buckskin around rim loop.
    • Woven Sash

    • Johnson, Elizabeth
    • Navajo
    • Woven from red, green, and white yarns.
    • News. Workplace fatalities in Arizona

    • United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
    • Occupational mortality--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals; Industrial accidents--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • Working under the ramada

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Ceramics; Tohono O'odham artists; Tohono O'odham pottery; Indian pottery
    • Rupert working under the ramada. The hill with clay deposits is in the background.
    • Working on the Basket Rim

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Baskets; Basketry; Baskets Arizona; Weaving; Buckskin; Native American arts; Native American culture; San Carlos Apache Tribe; San Carlos Indian Reservation, AZ
    • Close view, from side, of Viola Taylor working on the rim.
    • Working on Buckskin Rim- Whole Basket View

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Baskets; Basketry; Baskets Arizona; Weaving; Buckskin; Native American arts; Native American culture; San Carlos Apache Tribe; San Carlos Indian Reservation, AZ
    • Frontal view of Viola Taylor holding basket in her lap and working on buckskin rim. View of whole basket.
    • Workforce Investment Act Title IB annual report

    • Arizona. Dept. of Economic Security. Division of Employment and Rehabilitation Services.
    • Occupational training--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals; Occupational retraining--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals; Vocational rehabilitation--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Annual. Also called: Arizona Workforce Connection annual report.
    • Woodworking Skills

    • Linderman, Daniel B.
    • Arizona; Maricopa Indians; American Indian education; Maricopa Indians--History; Native American culture; boys; children
    • A group of boys at the Maricopa Day School show off their woodworking skills with a small toy wagon. Original nitrate negative replaced with direct duplicate of negative.
    • Wooden Bow

    • Unknown
    • Apache Indians
    • Bow. Apache. Wooden, long, slightly curved bow with crown-like top notches on each end. 2 inches wide. 39 inches in length.
    • Wood being added to the fire

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Ceramics; Tohono O'odham artists; Tohono O'odham pottery; Indian pottery
    • After placing the lid on the washtub, Rupert throws some wood on top of it to distribute the heat.
    • Women's Shelter

    • Unknown
    • Navajo Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- Southwest, New;
    • "Structure for shelter of woman during menstruation Navajo Res."
    • Women on House in Oraibi

    • Runke, Walter and Laura
    • Hopi Indians--Dwellings--Arizona--Oraibi; Hopi women
    • Women on House in Oraibi
    • Women on House at work, Oraibi

    • Runke, Walter and Laura
    • Hopi Indians--Dwellings--Arizona--Oraibi; Hopi women; Basket making
    • Women on House at work, Oraibi; two women on roof making baskets
    • Women of the Desert - Navaho, Portfolio 1, Plate 27

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Navajo Indians
    • The Navaho women are, for the greater part, the owners of the flocks and invariably, with the children, the herders. They are so thoroughly at home on their scrubby ponies that they seem a part of them and probably excel all other Indians as...
    • Woman and Bundle

    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Hopi women
    • [Forrest:] An old Hopi woman at Oraibi carrying some sort of bundle with a tump line.
    • Wire baskets, called wainom hua, made by Albert Alvarez

    • Helga Teiwes, Photographer
    • Tohono O'odham baskets; Wire craft; Metal-work; Handicraft
    • Wire baskets, called wainom hua, are distinctive craft objects of the Tohono O'odham. In this sequence of seven images, Albert Alvarez demonstrates how to make a wire basket. In the past, wire baskets were used as functional items to store food....
    • Winslow Harvey Girls of 1918

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact; Print, Photographic
    • Nine Harvey Girls before their shift began standing in front of display of pottery for sale. Native American seated, wrapped in blanket. Man in center is W. V. Belding, manager. Note Fred Harvey Hotel sign to the upper right. Third Harvey Girl...
    • Winnowing

    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Ceramics; Tohono O'odham artists; Tohono O'odham pottery; Indian pottery
    • "Winnowing" sand to remove remaining bigger particles at kitchen ramada next to family church.
    • Wingfield Plain pitcher

    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Small, reconstructed Wingfield Plain pitcher. This pitcher was part of a vessel cache located under the floor of a room at the Pueblo Grande site, recovered during an archaeological excavation conducted within the corridor now occupied by State...
    • Wingfield Plain miniature jar

    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Wingfield plainware pinch pot. Interior is a cylindrical cavity that does not follow exterior vessel form. recovered from a feature interpreted as a turtle burial at the Pueblo Grande site in the habitation area closest to the platform mound,...

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