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    • The front doors to the Arizona Military Museum.

    • The front doors to the Arizona Military Museum.
    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • ARIZONA MILITARY HISTORY

      Other than the indigenous inhabitants who populated what is now Arizona in prehistoric times, the Spanish Conquistadors were the first "military" to explore what is now Arizona in the 16th century. In their quest...
    • Military Outposts in the Chiricahua Mountains

    • Military Outposts in the Chiricahua Mountains
    • Orozco, Rebecca
    • Military posts; Army posts; Military bases--Arizona; Chiricahua Apache Indians; Fort Bowie (Ariz.) History 19th century; Gadsen Purchase; Apache Indian--Wars, 1883-1886; Apache Indians--Wars, 1872-1873; Cochise County (Ariz.); Cochise County...
    • During the long years of the Chiricahua Apache wars with the United States, the military established a number of outposts to block their escape routes into the rugged Chiricahua Mountains. Learn about the history of Fort Bowie, Camp Bonita and Camp...
    • Military Outposts of the Chiricahua Mountains

    • Military Outposts of the Chiricahua Mountains
    • Orozco, Rebecca
    • Military posts (Ariz); Army posts; Military bases--Arizona; Chiricahua Apache Indians; Fort Bowie (Ariz.) History 19th century; Gadsen Purchase; Apache Indian--Wars, 1883-1886; Apache Indians--Wars, 1872-1873; Cochise County (Ariz.); Cochise County...
    • This Powerpoint presentation is related to the lecture of the same name in this collection. It contains 53 slides with images and photos depicting the life and times of the military outposts built in the mid and late 19th century to protect the...
    • Fort Newell

    • Fort Newell
    • Visionquest
    • Army posts; Buffalo Soldiers; Military bases--Arizona; United States. Mexican-American Border Region; Naco (Ariz.); Naco (Mexico); Cochise County (Ariz.) History. Mexican-American Border Region--History; Ghost towns Arizona Cochise County History.
    • This 17-minute video describes the history of Fort Newell, also known as Camp Naco. It is an abandoned army post on the United States-Mexican border in Naco, AZ. The fort was built in 1915 to protect American citizens and enforce U.S. neutrality...
    • 1861 - 1865 President Abraham Lincoln and First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln

    • 1861 - 1865 President Abraham Lincoln and First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln
    • Mohave Museum of History and Arts
    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Lincoln, Mary, 1818-188; Arizona -- History -- Chronology
    • Mohave Museum Presidential portrait exhibit guide book page Sixteen with images and biographies of the President of the United States and the First Lady. A time-line of Arizona and Mohave County historical events is included to provide a...
    • Faces of Post 41: The 1940s

    • Faces of Post 41: The 1940s
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • Latinos contribute to World War II, from Luzon and Corregidor to Normandy and Germany.
    • Indian Wars display.

    • Indian Wars display.
    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • Indian Wars in Arizona Territory

      The stage line brought many more whites through the Pima villages, but the Civil War had an even greater effect. Far from the center stage, the major impact of the war in Arizona slowed the pace of white...
    • Arizona territory display.

    • Arizona territory display.
    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • EARLY ARIZONA TERRITORY

      The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo formally ended the Mexican-American War in February 1848, but tensions between the Governments of Mexico and the United States continued over the next six years. The two countries...
    • Mexican gray wolf

    • Mexican gray wolf
    • [Arizona. Game and Fish Dept.]
    • Mexican wolf--Arizona; Mexican wolf--New Mexico; Endangered species--Arizona;
    • 12 pages (PDF version). File size: 59.463 KB.
    • Arid lands newsletter

    • Arid lands newsletter
    • University of Arizona. Office of Arid Lands Studies.
    • Arid regions--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Currently issued twice a year.
    • Gatekeeper newsletter

    • Gatekeeper newsletter
    • Arizona. Emergency Response Commission.
    • Arizona. Emergency Response Commission--Periodicals; Emergency management--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Published monthly.
    • Marginalia: the magazine of the Piper Center for Creative Writing

    • Marginalia: the magazine of the Piper Center for Creative Writing
    • Arizona State University. Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing.
    • Arizona State University. Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing--Periodicals; Creative writing--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Marginalia is the Piper Center's magazine that features news about Piper Center programs, items that promote the ASU MFA program and alumni, and community engagement.

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