Tucson: Portrait of a Desert Pueblo

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American Historical Press, 2001 - History - 216 pages
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The author, a great-grandson of celebrated writer Bret Harte, follows the evolution of the city from the founding of the first mission under Spanish reign as it survived adversities to become a modern growing city that retains its distinctive Indian and Hispanic heritages.

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User Review  - neildot - Overstock.com

It is a great book to get the history of Tucson when it started and by whom. Being able to see pictures of downtown Tucson of the early 1850s and up. The book is worth having especially if you come from Tucson. Or if you just want the book its worth having. Read full review

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