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4' x 5" Original Photograph of Old Fort Apache (circa 1890)

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A nice sepia photograph of Old Fort Apache Adjutant's Office with officers standing on porch. The adjutant's office, built of adobe in 1875 was maintained even after Geronimo's surrender. They still were tryiing to capture the Apache Kid and Massai as well as move squatters from the Apache reservation.
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Tyazalton (Red Beard): The Story of Thomas Jefferson Jeffords and His Friend Cochise, Chief of the Chiricahua
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Tyazalton (Red Beard): The Story of Thomas Jefferson Jeffords and His Friend Cochise, Chief of the Chiricahua

by Jeffords, Tom

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Tombstone, AZ: Red Marie's Bookstore, 1987. First Edition. Small Octavo. 31 pages, facsimiles, photographs. (see H. Henrietta Stockel, The Annotated Chiracahua Apache, Bibliography: Selectded Books, 2001). Printed in a small print run, now scarce. Staple bound in pictorial wraps lettered in black, faint toning to edges of coveres. Near fine.
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Warriors of the Colorado; the Yuma of the Quenchan Nation and Their Neighbors
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Warriors of the Colorado; the Yuma of the Quenchan Nation and Their Neighbors

by Forbes, Jack D.

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Norman; (1965): University of Oklahoma Press. First Edition. Octavo. 378 pages, index. In July, 1781, the Quechan Indians wiped out two small Spanish settlements that had been established among them a few months earlier. The Fransican friars Francisco Garces, Juan Diaz, Matias Moreno, and Juan Barreneche were killed, as were most of the Spanish soldiers and colonists. In retelling… Read more about this item
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King Solomon Lodge #5, Tombstone, Arizona, History, Established 1881
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King Solomon Lodge #5, Tombstone, Arizona, History, Established 1881

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Tombstone, AZ, Nd(ca.2001): Self-Published. Small Octavo. 28 pages. With seven photos of which five are in color. It traces the history of the King Solomon Lodge beginning with Wells Spicer and Thomas R. Sorin who assumed office in 1881. Virgil Earp (who was listed as chief of police) applied for membership but was not approved. It grew under Ed… Read more about this item
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Photographs of Arizona Mary Leading a Sixteen-yoke Ox Team in Arizona, Ca. 1890 With Two Others Not Identified
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Photographs of Arizona Mary Leading a Sixteen-yoke Ox Team in Arizona, Ca. 1890 With Two Others Not Identified

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Approx. 8" x 10" Arizona Mary was the only woman engaged in ox teaming at the time. She can be seen in the foreground at the right. The 8" x 10" photographs are uncommon. The original glass negatives are at the University of Southern California, C.C. Pierce (1861-1946) took the original images. While he is best known for his… Read more about this item
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A Chistmas Note About Sandra Day O'Connors Speech Honoring Women's Suffrage
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A Chistmas Note About Sandra Day O'Connors Speech Honoring Women's Suffrage

by Munds, John

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An interesting item from John Munds, whose maternal grandmother was Fannie L. Willard and the first woman member of the second Arizona State Legislature. She was nominated by Governor Hunt for the state representative to the International Woman Suffrage Alliance in Budapest (1913). She was secretary of the first state suffrage organization and was a major voice for the… Read more about this item
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Cochise County Cowboy War:
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Cochise County Cowboy War: "A Cast of Characters

by Young, Roy B.

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(Apache, OK, 1999): Self Published. Limited Edition. Quarto. 181pp. #31 of 500 copies, signed by author on title page. An important study of Tombstone, Cochise County, and the gunfighters, lawmen, and outlaws. This provides residential records and registers, often with facsimiles of signatures, photographs and epitaphs. Bound in gray cloth, paper label to upper board, near fine in near… Read more about this item
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The Delight Makers
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The Delight Makers

by Bandelier, Adolf E.

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New York; (1916): Dodd, Mead. Octavo. 490pp., Illustrated with interesting black and white photographic images. The author's years of knowledge of the Pueblo Indians went into this fascinating portrait of pueblo life before the advent of the white men. Bound in dark brown cloth deaccented in black depicting the desert mountains and yellow sky and river, spine lettering yellow.… Read more about this item
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The Southwestern Journals of Adolph Bandelier, 1880-1888 (4 Volumes set)
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The Southwestern Journals of Adolph Bandelier, 1880-1888 (4 Volumes set)

by Bandelier, Adolf (ed. Charles H. Lange and Carroll L. Riley

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Albuqueque; (1966, 1970, 1977 and 1984): University of New Mexico Press. First Editions. Octavo. In 4 volumes: V. I: 462 pp., 528 pp., V. 3: 702pp., and V. 4: 785pp. and signed by editor Charles H. Lange. illustrated with photographs, maps and numerous drawings by Adolph Bandelier. This work is comprised of a day-to-day field notebook, as well as… Read more about this item
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Tse'laa': The Incredible True Story of Navajo Fortress Rock, Canyon Del Muerto, Canyon De Chelly, Chinie, Arizona
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Tse'laa': The Incredible True Story of Navajo Fortress Rock, Canyon Del Muerto, Canyon De Chelly, Chinie, Arizona

by Kipp, David F.

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Chinile, Arizona, 1983. Quarto. The story of Navajo Fortress Rock is a true story. It tells of the heroic stand at Fortress Rock made by a group of Navajos. The Navajo leaders in charge of more than three-hundred people who spent the winter of 1863 and 1864 at Navajo Fortress Rock were certainly not "savages". Issued in a very… Read more about this item
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Road To Scottsdale (Foreward by Kurt Vonnegut, Author's First Cousin)
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Road To Scottsdale (Foreward by Kurt Vonnegut, Author's First Cousin)

by Lieber, Albert J.

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San Diego, CA. (1999): A.J. Lieber. Quarto. 105 pages, This memoir of 1936-1943 paints a personal picture of life in a simpler time. It provides a first-hand account of how it was to grow up in the little Western town, from lying in the sand teasing "doodlebugs" to fleeing from a gunfight on Main Street. Kurt Vonnegut has written… Read more about this item
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Letter from Will Peck [William H. Peck], re: Cattle (Tombstone, Feb 2, 1887)
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Letter from Will Peck [William H. Peck], re: Cattle (Tombstone, Feb 2, 1887)

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Bifolium, 2 pages. An interesting handwritten letter describing an important person in the dairy and cattle business from his ranch in San Pedro. "Written to Friend Fowler (an associate in his farming and mining ventures in southern Arizona). I was in town [Tombstone] had inquired about Coffee & Cranes and found they are still in business... Well about land..I… Read more about this item
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Arizona Flora
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Arizona Flora

by Kearney, Thomas H. And Peebles, Robert H.

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Berkeley, California; (1973): University of California Press. Thick Octavo. Second edition, viii, 1085 pages, index. 30 unnumbered pages of plates. Nearly every life form found among North American flowering plants is represented in Arizona. This amazing diversity is partly explained by the fact that the altitudinal range extends from a few feet above sea level to approximately 12,000 feet… Read more about this item
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Havasupai Ethnography, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History
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Havasupai Ethnography, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

by Spier, Leslie

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New York City: The American Museum of Natural History, 1928. Octavo. [81]-392pp. illustrated. Volume XXIX, Part III. The Havasupai are a small and obscure group of Yuman-speaking Indians living in the neighborhood of the Grand Canyon in north central Arizona. Our earliest knowledge dates from their discovery in 1776 by Padre Francisco Garces. They were a very secluded tribe.… Read more about this item
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Bisbee Urban Outpost on the Frontier
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Bisbee Urban Outpost on the Frontier

by Schwantes, Carlos A. (editor) and Tom Vaughan

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Tucson; (1992): The University of Arizona Press. First Edition. Quarto. 145(1)pp., illustrated with photographic images. Situated near the Mexican border in the southeastern Arizona, you iwll find the city of Bisbee. It gained prominence as a mining center around the turn of the century and by 1981 has produced almost eight billion pounds of copper. Bisbee is also a… Read more about this item
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The Many Lives of the Lynx: a Century of Mining on Lynx Creek Between 1863 and 1963
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The Many Lives of the Lynx: a Century of Mining on Lynx Creek Between 1863 and 1963

by Potter, Alvina N.

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Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1964. Octavo. Revised Edition. xii, 215 pages, map on endpapers. Bibliographic references (pages 199-215). The Lynx was situated in the mining region between Walker and Poland in the heart of the highly mineralized Bradshaw Mountains, with the creek itself a tributary of the Hassayampa River, a veritable synonym for gold. First discovered and mined by the… Read more about this item
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Down the Colorado; Diary of the First Trip Through the Grand Canyon 1869
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Down the Colorado; Diary of the First Trip Through the Grand Canyon 1869

by Powell, John Wesley and Eliot Porter

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New York: E.P. Dutton and Co, 1969. First Edition. Folio. 168pp. including index, Foreword and notes by Don Fowler, photographs, and epilogue by Eliot Porter. This is Powell's dramatic journal of 1869, edited and introduced by Don Fowler. Portions of this work were presented by Scribner's Magazine over 150 years ago. Eliot Porter contributed a 48 page gallery of… Read more about this item
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The Nation of the Willows (signed By Dr. Robert C. Euler), Limited to 200 Copies of Which This is #70
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The Nation of the Willows (signed By Dr. Robert C. Euler), Limited to 200 Copies of Which This is #70

by Cushing, Frank H.

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Flagstaff, Arizona (1965): Northland Press. First Edition in Book Form. Octavo. Limited to 200 copies signed by Robert C. Euler who wrote the foreword. The present copy is #70. 75 pages, with the 4 page promotional account laid in. Cushing's 1882 account of his visit to the Havasupai Indians, or 'The Nation of the Willows" . In the first… Read more about this item
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Pioneer Hunters of the Rim: a Historical Account of the Joys, Adventures and Harships of the Early Exploers of the Mogollon (Tonto) Rim in Central Arizona
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Pioneer Hunters of the Rim: a Historical Account of the Joys, Adventures and Harships of the Early Exploers of the Mogollon (Tonto) Rim in Central Arizona

by Branstetter, Myrtle

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Mesa; (1976): Norm's Publishing House. First Edition. Octavo. 84 pages. Signed by the author dated 4/28/1976. Illustrated with early black and white photographic images. One of the most interesting accounts of settling on the remote parts of the Mogolian Rim in the 1890's with bears, leopard and Apache who were all threats to the settlers. Pugh, II, 238 only… Read more about this item
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Echoes of the Past: Tales of Old Yavapai in Arizona (2 Volume set)
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Echoes of the Past: Tales of Old Yavapai in Arizona (2 Volume set)

by The Yavapai Cow Belles and Robert C. Stevens

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Prescott, [AZ]:(1972 and 1964): Yavapai Cow Belles. Octavo. Vol. 1, Third edition,159 pages. Vol. 2. First edition, xii, 312 pages. index. The firsthand accounts and memories of those in Yavapai county are told here for the first time with some additional research from the Sharlot Hall Museum. For the first time we have constructed from manuscript records, such as… Read more about this item
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