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How long will mesquite beans remain alive in soil? Martin 1948
How Joshua Trees were named Stovall 1938
How Jackrabbit got is long ears; a Navaho folk story Evans 1947
How it was in the mid - 19th century Byrnes 1968
How it was in the old forest service Benson 1970
How it was in the mid - 19th century Byrnes 1968
How it looked 118 years ago 1975
How it feels to be number one Hirsch 1968
How it is when you are a Mesa girl named Schultz wo is a DeCastro Sister Malone 1971
How it all began, the Pow Wow story Williams 1966
How Indians replaced Geritol Perry 1974
How I spent my summer vacation. Weisman 1975
How I make a silver Navaho ring Jones 1936
How I learned to take pictures very, very quickly Newhall 1967
How I became a pioneer cattlewoman Roath 1957
How Goldwater won in Arizona Dobyns 1953
How Goldwater won in Arizona Dobyns 1953
How Geronimo was finally overcome and deported from Arizona Kelly 1928
How frontier Arizona celebrated Christmas Schmidt 1973
How Flagstaff was named Colton 1942
How Flagstaff was named Doyle 1975
How doth the busy little bee Megargee 1956
How Don Pedro de Tovar discovered the Hopi and Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas saw the Grand Canyon, with notes upon their probably route Bartlett 1940
How do you want to die, pardner? 1968
How does your garden grow? Megargee 1956
How do you say 'Happy Birthday' 50 different ways 1973
How do you fight Miami Beach, Las Vegas and Honolulu? Nichols 1970
How do you know where to look for them? Welles 1948
How do you prosecute a 12-year-old murder case? Barrett 1975
How do I get on jury duty? Moore 1959
How do you care for your Navajo rugs? 1947
How deadly is Big Red? Reilly 1969
How Coconino County received its name Colton 1958
How dangerous is the Gila monster? Woodson 1943
How Coconino County received its name Colton 1958
How can we eliminate Arizona's TB problem? DeVries 1963
How big is our Val(er)ie? Barrett 1975
How Arizona shares tax revenues with its school districts
How Arizonans lived a thousand years ago 1950
How bad was Tombstone? Willson 1964
How Arizona shares tax revenues with its school districts Billings 1971
How Arizona shares tax revenues with its school districts Billings 1971
How Arizona entertains Young 1912
How Arizona residential mortgage prices vary Wieland 1965
How Arizona shares tax revenues with its counties Billings 1971
How about the Central Arizona Project? Smith 1967
How an American became a peon Willson 1973
How are the arts surviving in the Valley? Cortright 1976
How a girl can work her way through school 1912
Hovering over Nummel's gold Pepper 1965
Hovering over Nummel's gold Pepper 1965
How a bill becomes a law in the Arizona House of Representatives Sanders 1962
Hovering over Nummel's gold Pepper 1965
Housewives, are you house-wise? Conner 1929
Housekeeping on a grand scale 1959