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    • Baeza, Jo History, Part 2

    • Baeza, Jo
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Arizona History 20th Century; Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography; Arizona Culture Keeper; Newspapers--Arizona; Pinetop, (Ariz.); U.S. Forest Service;
    • Part 2: In 1965, Jo moved to Pinetop, bought the only house for sale from Pearl Penrod, a house built by Ethel Stephens, the cook at the McNary Guest House. She also got the only job in town working for Bob Fernandez Realty. There were about 600...
    • Egg Beads

    • Berber Tribe
    • Personal Artifact; Adornment
    • Woman in southern Morocco wear these enameled silver egg shaped beads called " Taguemout", which symbolize fertility.
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2013

    • Blake, Elizabeth (ed.); Jones, Scott (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in 2013 Arizona Authors Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Article/Essay/True Stories, Novel, Poetry, Short Story and in published categories of Fiction, Nonfiction, and Children's Literature.
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    • July 1

    • Buehman Studios
    • San Xavier Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--History; Tohono O'Odham Indians--Rites and ceremonies; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • On this date in 1874, the San Xavier Reservation was set aside by Executive Order for the use of the Tohono O'Odham tribe. This undated photo shows a group of adorned Tohono O'Odham dancers demonstrating part of a traditional rain dance in front of...
    • Butler Family History, 2006 Apr 27

    • Butler, Hal
    • Frontier and Pioneer Life -- Arizona -- History; Timber Industry -- Arizona -- History
    • Early timber industry career in White Mountains Arizona. MP3 Clip is 6:43 min of 1:30 hr interview
    • Cooley Family History, Part 1

    • Cooley, Anthony
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Civil War in the West; Biography; Cooley, Corydon E. (Corydon Eliphalet), 1836-1917; Crook, General (George), 1829-1890; Navajo County (Ariz.); Show Low (Ariz.)--History; White Mountain...
    • Anthony Cooley tells the history of his famous great grandfather, Corydon E. Cooley, through documentation and family stories. He traces his arrival to the West prior to the Civil War, records of business enterprises in Colorado and New Mexico,...
    • Cooley Family History, Part 3

    • Cooley, Anthony
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Biography; Cooley, Corydon E. (Corydon Eliphalet), 1836-1917; Navajo County (Ariz.); White Mountain Apache Tribe of the Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona; Post offices -- Arizona, 1910-1940; Educators, Indian; Indian...
    • In Part 3, Anthony Cooley continues the Cooley family's history into the next generation. He lists the children of Corydon E. and Mollie and Cora, and briefly summarizes their lives before branching out to give the details of the life of his own...
    • Cooley Family History, Part 4

    • Cooley, Anthony
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Navajo County (Ariz.); White Mountain Apache Tribe of the Fort Apache Reservation; Indian traders -- Arizona; Post offices -- Arizona -- 1910 -- 1940; Kinishba Site (Ariz.);
    • In Part 4, Anthony now tells us of his parents' generation, and of his parents marrying after his father returned from World War II. He ends with his own early childhood memories growing up as a "Cibecue White Boy," laughs about his very brief...
    • McNary's Business District:  General Store, Offices and Theater

    • Curro, Sally
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • B & W Photograph of McNary, AZ Business District ca. 1950s McNary was a transplanted and segregated "company town" about 4 mles south of Pinetop, AZ on Highway 260, 1923-1980. Before it was McNary, it was called Cooley, Arizona as it had been...
    • Chideh - Apache, Portfolio 1, Plate 18

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Apache Indians
    • "Again, judging by the similarity in language, the Apache and the Navaho in prehistoric times were as nearly a single group as the present bands of Apache are; and, likewise, there is sufficient similarity in the underlying principles of their...
    • Vash Gon - Jicarilla, Portfolio 1, Plate 20

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Jicarilla Indians
    • “The Jicarillas, or, as they are commonly called, ‘Jicarilla Apaches,’ occupy a reservation of nearly four hundred and fifty square miles of mountainous country in northern New Mexico. Linguistically the Jicarillas are of the same stock as the...
    • Chief Garfield - Jicarilla, Portfolio 1, Plate 21

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Jicarilla Indians
    • Some years ago the Jicarillas were all officially given Spanish or English names. Many of them expressed a preference. This old man, who was head-chief of the tribe at the time, selected the designation Garfield.
    • 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 the...
    • A Hilltop Camp - Jicarilla, Portfolio 1, Plate 24

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Jicarilla Indians
    • "The typical habitation of the Jicarillas is a tipi, or lodge, called kozhan, patterned after that of the Plains tribes. Formerly they hunted the buffalo, making periodical excursions from their mountain home to the plains and bringing back...
    • Navaho Flocks, Portfolio 1, Plate 33

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Navajo Indians
    • The Navaho might as well be called the "Keepers of Flocks". Their sheep are of the greatest importance to their existence, and in the care and management of their flocks they exhibit a thrift not to be found in the average tribe.
    • Annual report / Central Arizona Project

    • Central Arizona Project (U.S.).
    • Central Arizona Project (U.S.)--Periodicals; Water resources development--Arizona--Periodicals; Water supply--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Published annually.
    • Yavapai County annual report

    • Yavapai County Attorney
    • County government publications--Yavapai County (Ariz.)
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • Annual report: Affordable Housing Advisory Council of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

    • Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco. Affordable Housing Advisory Council.
    • Federal aid to housing--Statistics; Low-income housing--Arizona--Finance--Statistics; Low-income housing--California--Finance--Statistics; Low-income housing--Nevada--Finance--Statistics
    • This title contains one or more publications. Reports back to 1992 are available in microfiche through the Congressional Information Service's ASI microfiche library. Note: The Federal Housing Finance Board's FHLB bank system was created by the...
    • Grand Canyon National Park guide: South Rim

    • United States. National Park Service. Grand Canyon National Park.
    • Outdoor recreation--Arizona--Grand Canyon National Park; Trails--Arizona--Grand Canyon National Park
    • This title contains one or more publications.

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