The History of Arizona: From the Earliest Times Known to the People of Europe to 1903
Traces the settlement of the Arizona territory by the United States, from the Gadsden Purchase until the early 20th century, with descriptions of the geographies and economies of each county.
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The History of Arizona: From the Earliest Times Known to the People of ...
Sidney Randolph Delong
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