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He knows the ghosts of Pearce Ridgway 1963
He knows the ghosts of Pearce Ridgway 1963
He got what he asked for Johnson 1963
He flies for her Tallon 1963
He cares not for gold but does enjoy seeking it Willson 1963
Here's Apache Kid story as told originally by gentlemen of lod west who " paso por aqui." D 1964 Enos 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Hereford tradition of Arizona's Boices is firmly rooted Schaus 1964
Henry Chee Dodge: a modern chief of the Navajos Patzman 1964
He was shot dead in courthouse and no questions asked Willson 1964
He rides hard on buffalo! Freeman 1964
Helping to crystalize a civic personality Welch 1965
Health and good food for low incomes Cooke 1965
Headin' for that Big Hangar in the sky Johnson 1965
Headin' for that Big Hangar in the sky Johnson 1965
He leaves a void that no power on earth can fill Strickenland 1965
Here's what became if the water boy and bucket bit Sovola 1966
Henry Mounce, 1863-1933 Schaus 1966
Henry Leroy Franklin, M.D., 1877-1965 Frissell 1966
Herefords in Arizona: early history of the Arizona Hereford Association Stanley 1967
Herbert L. Reid, one of the passing breed 1967
Helping solve the problems of the single parent Hutton 1967
Helping solve the problems of the single parent Hutton 1967
Hectic frontier days come alive in The High Chaparral, a new color television series of territorial Arizona Kelly 1967
Heartland steam of Arizona, the Tonto Whitaker 1967
Helvetia: boom town of the Santa Ritas Feil 1968
Heavy winters in the Flagstaff area Colton 1968
Heavy winters in the Flagstaff area Colton 1968
Heavy winters in the Flagstaff area Colton 1968
Headmen and war chanters: role theory and the early Canyoncito Navajo Kurtz 1969
Headmen and war chanters: role theory and the early Canyoncito Navajo Kurtz 1969
Hey, swamp country; our oranges are better than your oranges 1970
Help for homeowners who cannot help themselves Unger 1970
Head Start playground workshop nets a mix or mess playground for the Papago Bottimer 1970
He was "unlawfully" killed Willson 1970
He was "unlawfully" killed Willson 1970
He lost touch with the world Willson 1970
He killed and burned them Willson 1970
Here comes the cash card (again) Malone 1971
He may huff and puff but don't let him in Mawl 1971
Here comes the sun Register 1972
Henry Starr - bank robber extraordinary Breihan 1972
Help with the herding Edlestein 1972
Healing symbolism in Navaho religion Sandner 1972
He was "unlawfully" killed Willson 1972
He wants Heaven to have horses Willson 1972
Hey, out there in Willcox, Tucson and Sunnyslope (also Nashville) it's Tanya Tucker's time Cook 1973
Here lies John Kinney Mullin 1973
Here lies John Kinney Mullin 1973