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    • 1939 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • 1939 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program
    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1939
    • Arizona Highways, August 1958

    • Arizona Highways, August 1958
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, August 1958

      Contents:
      Full issue: Indians of Arizona, by Raymond Carlson, Clara Lee Tanner and Ed Ellinger.
    • 1951 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • 1951 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program
    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1951
    • Ida Redbird 1892-1971

    • Ida Redbird 1892-1971
    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Ida Redbird was a master potter of the Maricopa tribe. Ida helped revive Maricopa pottery and was known for using the ancient paddle and anvil technique of potting. She fought to raise awareness of Maricopa potters and to raise the prices that...
    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series II

    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series II
    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (27,801kb pdf) Pottery from the Little Colorado River area is analyzed with the Chaco Canyon and Upper Gila River areas to define a possible new Little Colorado culture.
    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley

    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Archaeological surveying; Pueblo Indians; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (75,663kb, 53,179kb pdfs) Describes the excavations and findings at the White Mound and the Red Mesa Valley areas and their significance to the Pueblo cultures.
    • Excavations at Snaketown, IV: reviews and conclusions

    • Excavations at Snaketown, IV: reviews and conclusions
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1985
    • Hohokam culture; Excavations (Archaeology)
    • Re-analyzes the original data from Snaketown in light of increased knowledge of adjacent cultures and developments in tree-ring research.
    • Behavioral health facilities by zip code

    • Behavioral health facilities by zip code
    • Arizona. Dept. of Health Services. Division of Licensing Services.
    • Mental health facilities--Arizona--Directories; Health facilities--Arizona--Directories;
    • 36 pages (PDF version). File size: 259.752 KB. "Tuesday, August 01, 2006"
    • East Mesa Girls, Portfolio 12, Plate 427

    • East Mesa Girls, Portfolio 12, Plate 427
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Hopi Indians
    • “Hopi women of East mesa are moderately good potters, and the men are skillful weavers and successful farmers” (Curtis, The North American Indian, Volume 12, page 25).
    • Jicarilla Matron, Portfolio 1, Plate 23

    • Jicarilla Matron, Portfolio 1, Plate 23
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Jicarilla Indians
    • “The Jicarillas seem to have no system of clans or gentes. The tribe is divided into two bands – commonly called by their Spanish names, Olleros (Potters) and Llaneros (Plainsmen) – within which marriage is not prohibited. In the days of...
    • Murderer Hilario Hidalgo

    • Murderer Hilario Hidalgo
    • Arizona Photograph Company
    • Murderers -- Arizona
    • The funeral for both men occurred at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Renteria and Hidalgo are buried side-by-side in unmarked graves in Potters Field in Prescott’s Citizen's Cemetery. They were the last men hanged on the courthouse plaza in...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1972

    • Arizona Highways, January 1972
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, January 1972

      Contents:
      1. Editor’s Letter: From Arizona With Love, by Joseph Stacey.
      4. The Institute of American Indian Art: Where a renaissance is preparing to emerge. By Lloyd New.
      6. London Bridge at...
    • Arizona Highways, September 2005

    • Arizona Highways, September 2005
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, September 2005

      Contents:
      02 DEAR EDITOR
      03 ALL WHO WANDER There’s a synergy among squirrels, fungi and ponderosa pines.
      04 VIEWFINDER Digital manipulation of photographs is a no-no.
      05 TAKING THE...
    • Grace Chapella 1874-1980

    • Grace Chapella 1874-1980
    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Grace Chapella was a Tewa Hopi devoted to her clan and culture in a time when extraordinary changes were approaching her homeland. She was among the first class of her tribe to attend school, and became fluent in English, Tewa and Hopi. In addition...
    • Nampeyo 1860-1942

    • Nampeyo 1860-1942
    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Nampeyo was a Hopi potter. She had been designing pottery for years by the time the ruin of Sikyatki was excavated, but from these artifacts she revived an ancient and lost Hopi art style. Her pottery was well known for its artistic value as well...
    • 1940 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • 1940 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program
    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1940
    • 1947 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • 1947 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program
    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1947
    • 1949 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • 1949 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program
    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1949

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