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Preserving the History of Agriculture & Rural Life: State & Local Literature, Arizona, 1820-1945

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Old Tucson; a hop, skip and jump history from 1539 Indian settlement to new and greater Tucson 1911
Why Willcox? 1911
A Short narrative of wealth in store for citizens of Yavapai County, Arizona 1911
Climatological and health data of Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona-the place to live. 1911
History of Eastern Arizona Stake of Zion: Early Settlement of Apache County 1912
Report on Fort Grant Military Reservation 1912
Glendale Arizona Under the Roosevelt Dam 1912
Arizona, The Newest State 1912
A proposition to create a State Agricultural and Normal College for the State of Arizona to be located at Tempe 1912
New Trails in Mexico 1912
Winning the Southwest; a story of conquest, 1912
The cotton of the Hopi Indians: a new species of Gossypium 1912
The National Irrigation Act and Amended Articles of Incorporation of the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association 1912
The city of Tucson; its foundation and origin of its name 1912
The Settlement of Irrigated Lands 1912
The Colorado River campaign, 1781-1782; diary of Pedro Fages 1913
Revenue laws of the State of Arizona: from Revised statutes of Arizona 1913 1913
Live stock laws of the state of Arizona : rules and regulations, Live Stock Sanitary Board of Arizona 1913
Douglas, Arizona 1913
Farmers fortnight in Arizona 1913
Irrigation and river control in the Colorado River Delta 1913
Report upon the Santa Cruz Reservoir project 1913
The Farm Unit under the Yuma Project 1913
Western Grazing Grounds and Forest Ranges 1913
Principles of irrigation engineering: arid lands, water supply, storage works, dams, canals, water rights and products 1913
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