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  • Arizona dictations for Pima County, 1885-1889.
    Abstract A collection of dictations from settlers in Pima County Arizona Territory taken by J M Long an agent of H H Bancroft Includes letters from Long regarding the sale of Bancroft s works to prominent men in Arizona Date 1885 issued Subject Pioneers Arizona Biography Arizona Social life and customs Pima County Ariz Social life and customs Note Each item cataloged separately search under title Arizona dictations for Pima

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  • Finding Aid to the Arizona Hassayampa Society Collection MS.584
    legacy at annual meetings This collection consists of a membership card invitations and programs created by the Arizona Hassayampa Society of Southern California from 1914 1919 This collection also includes newspaper articles predominately from the Los Angeles Times published from 1908 1938 Background The Arizona Hassayampa Society of Southern California was comprised of a group of California residents dedicated to celebrating Arizona s history and legacy at annual meetings Joseph

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  • Finding Aid to Arizona Historical Photographs Collection, 1873-1955 MS.251
    assembled by the Southwest Museum staff and includes works from multiple creators and collectors Background Arizona was the 48th state to enter the United States of America being granted statehood on 1912 February 14th It has been populated by Native American tribes such as Apache Havasupai Hopi Navajo and Tohono O odham for at least 12 000 years Spanish explorers from Mexico entered Arizona starting in 1539 and started settlements there in 1629 When Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821 it claimed the land covering Arizona and New Mexico as a Mexican territory The United States claimed this territory in 1848 after winning the Mexican War Native Americans were always battling the various settlers but the last raiding party of Apaches surrendered in 1886 Arizona is still home to the third largest Native American population with reservations inhabiting over a quarter of the state Extent 6 0 Linear feet 14 boxes Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Braun Research Library at the Autry National Center All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Autry Archivist Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Autry as the custodian

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  • Arizona Miscellany.
    Miscellany BANC MSS P D 100 No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Arizona Miscellany Abstract Concerns such topics as railroads land tenure mines and mineral resources Indians of North America stocks armed forces Abraham Lincoln and Indian warfare Each item cataloged separately Search under title Arizona miscellany Subject Arizona Social life and customs Physical Description 8 folders in 1 portfolio Language English Identifier BANC

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  • Finding Aid to the Arizona Territorial Volunteers Records MS.599
    Volunteers Company E who were pursuing marauding Apaches from 1865 1866 Extent 0 1 Linear feet 4 folders Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Braun Research Library at the Autry National Center All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Library Director Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Braun Research Library as the owner of the

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  • Arizona Toxics Information records, circa 1969-1997.
    such as ENSCO and hazardous waste plants in Arizona the San Pedro Water Supply air and water pollution on the U S Mexico Border NAFTA and the effect of pesticides throughout the Southwest and Northwest The types of materials include correspondence data legal cases legislation memos and reports Date 1969 issued Subject n us az Arizona Toxics Information Archives ENSCO Hazardous substances Arizona Hazardous wastes Arizona Air Pollution Mexican American Border Region Water Pollution Mexican American Border Region Pesticides Environmental aspects Southwest New Pesticides Environmental aspects Northwestern States Note UNARRANGED COLLECTION UNAVAILABLE FOR USE Inquiries regarding these materials should be directed in writing to the Head of Public Services The Bancroft Library COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use Preferred citation Arizona Toxics Information records BANC MSS 2003 101 p The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Gift of Michael Gregory 2002 In English Preliminary list of contents available Physical Description print 31 cartons Language English Identifier BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 1 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 2 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 3 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 4 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 5 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 6 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 7 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 8 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 9 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 10 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 11 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 12 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 13 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 14 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 15 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 16 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 17 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 18 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 19 BANC MSS 2003 101 p Carton 20 BANC

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  • [Arizona trappers with their prey] [graphic]
    A H Abstract Photograph shows a group of trappers at Tombstone Az with the prey they caught to earn the bounty offered by Cochise County Accompanying letter gives number of each type of animal caught and other information about the event Date January 1911 issued Subject n us az Trappers Arizona Tombstone Photographs Bounties Arizona Tombstone Note Title supplied by cataloger Photographer unknown Donated and documented by A ugust H

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  • Arizona views [graphic]
    a street scene in Tuscon the San Xavier Mission near Tucson a group of miners near a hay bale house at Catactive and views of the Gila Bend Reservoir and irrigation channel Date ca 1885 ca 1895 issued Subject n us az Mission San Xavier del Bac Tucson Ariz Pictorial works Gila Bend Reservoir and Irrigation Company Pictorial works Water supply Arizona Photographs Tucson Ariz Pictorial works Arizona Pictorial works

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