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The Resource A reprint of the History of Arizona Territory : showing its resources and advantages : with illustrations of its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, hotels, business houses, schools, churches, &c. from original drawings

A reprint of the History of Arizona Territory : showing its resources and advantages : with illustrations of its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, hotels, business houses, schools, churches, &c. from original drawings

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A reprint of the History of Arizona Territory : showing its resources and advantages : with illustrations of its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, hotels, business houses, schools, churches, &c. from original drawings
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A reprint of the History of Arizona Territory
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showing its resources and advantages : with illustrations of its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, hotels, business houses, schools, churches, &c. from original drawings
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  • History of Arizona Territory
  • History of Arizona Territory with illustrations 1884
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showing its resources and advantages
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  • "This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps, etc. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc." -- publisher's information
  • "We do not expect to present our readers with accounts of strange or novel events. We are dealing with the facts of history. These are made up from the statements and records of others. There can be no originality in the worf of the historian. Hence our task was to endeavor to gather together all the chief historical facts relative to Arizona Terriotory, and arrange them for handy reference for use of residents, as well as furnish valuable information to the traveler, the touristm or the emirgant, who is seeking a location. In preparing this work, every source of information has been sought to render it a complete and authentic history- such as files of newspapers and magazines, all books and publications that could be obtained, relating to the subject, old letters and diaries, scrap-books, and interviews witha ll who could or would relate the incidents of the past and the facts of the present- all has been gleaned that seemed possible, and from these, and with sich aid as others have kindly given, we have compiled and written the history. In addition to all these sources of information, we visited every county, village and mining-camp of importance throughout the Territory, and by personal examination, we enabled to give statements about all localities in Arizona, which we think are substantially correct... The Book is fullu illustrated, as may be seen at a glance, with views of scenery and of many of the pricipal residences, ranches, mines, mills, orchards, public buildings, and business houses. POrtraits of many of the pioneers appear, as well as of territorial and county officers and prominent citizens." *-- publisher's explanatory
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
  • charts
Index
no index present
LC call number
F811
LC item number
.H685 1964
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Arizona
  • Arizona
  • Paleo-Indians
  • Stagecoach lines
  • Stagecoach stations
  • Frontier and pioneer life
  • West (U.S.)
  • United States
  • Indians of North America
  • Pioneers
  • Indians of North America
  • Arizona
  • Arizona
  • Arizona
  • Mormons
  • Apache Indians
  • Arizona
  • Indians of North America
  • Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
  • Mines and mineral resources
  • Arizona
  • Arizona
  • Missions
Label
A reprint of the History of Arizona Territory : showing its resources and advantages : with illustrations of its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, hotels, business houses, schools, churches, &c. from original drawings
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Folded color map in front insert
  • 350 copies printed, copy 1: no. 280 and copy 2: no. 348
  • First ed. published in 1884, by W.W. Elliott, San Francisco, under title: History of Arizona Territory
Contents
  • Landscape View
  • Dry Plains
  • Description of Counties
  • Desert Region
  • Dos Cabezas
  • Dosoris Mine
  • Dunbar Thos
  • Doran, A.J. -- t Early Settlements
  • Epitome of Early History
  • Early Explorations
  • Expulsion of Missionaries
  • Comparative Table
  • Early Surveying Parties
  • Extinct Volcano
  • Elevation of Important Places
  • Extended View
  • Exploring Canyons
  • Extent of Stock Business
  • Experience of Stockmen
  • Estufa, or Indian Sweat House
  • Ehrenberg
  • Early Times in Prescott
  • Territory Organized
  • Acquisition of Spanish Territory
  • Artesian Wells
  • Ancient Spirit of Discovery
  • Arizona Named
  • Arrest of the Jesuits
  • Arizona Paradise
  • During the Civil War
  • Introduction
  • Volunteers
  • Apache Pass Battle
  • Indians
  • Hunting Deer
  • Adventures of the Troops
  • Attempts to Ascend Catalina
  • Aventures in Cataract Canyon
  • Aravapai Canyon
  • Analysis of Casa Grande
  • Agricultural Country
  • Geological formations in Arizona
  • Available Water Supply
  • Agricultural Lands
  • Alfalfa
  • Arizona Lion
  • Indians
  • Star Building
  • Quail
  • Prospectors
  • Aravapai Valley
  • Ancient Mines
  • Explanatory
  • Arizona Pioneers
  • Apache Country
  • Aubry Landing
  • Arizona Canal
  • Amount of Lumber Produced Yearly
  • Alexander H.N.--
  • Boundary Commission
  • Bill Williams' River
  • Black Mountain
  • Botanist Delighted
  • Artesian Wells
  • Black Canyon
  • Branding Cattle
  • Botany of the territory
  • Beautiful floral scene
  • Birds of Arizona
  • Benson Station
  • Buzaard Mine
  • Business Houses of E.F. Kellner
  • Banker, Chas
  • Bartlett, C.G.
  • Arizona Legislatures
  • Bagley, Daniel
  • Butler, Thos J.
  • Cochise County described, Mines
  • Cosino Cave
  • California Battalion
  • Climate of Prescott
  • Cabeza de Vaca
  • Coronado Expedition
  • Casa Grande
  • Colorado River
  • Advantages of Irrigation
  • Civil War in Arizona
  • Carleton, Gen. J.H.
  • Cre,ony, J.C.
  • Cataract Creek
  • Cliff and Cave Dwellings
  • Cottton Production
  • Churches of Arizona
  • Contention Mines
  • Chapel's Place
  • Cattle rodeos
  • Annual rain-fall
  • Condition of society
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Cochise, the Indians
  • Copper Mines
  • Coal Fields of Arizona
  • Cottonwood Valley
  • Chloride Vilage
  • Clifton Hotel
  • Cattle
  • Camp Grant
  • Arizona During the Rebellion
  • Castle Dome
  • Calabasas
  • Camp Crittenden
  • Craigue, PA
  • Chapell, Geo. H.
  • Cluff, Joseph
  • Champion, J.
  • Clark E.P.
  • Dome Mountain
  • Dead Mountain Legend
  • Overland Explorers
  • Immense Stock range
  • Insane persons
  • Insect pests
  • Irrigating canals of Maricopa Co.
  • Ives, Lieutenant, Expedition
  • Interior of Casa Grande
  • Indians of Arizona
  • Massacre
  • Reservations
  • Language
  • Exploration of Arizona
  • Farming
  • OUtbreak of 1882
  • Character
  • Mangus Colorado
  • Cochise
  • Agent
  • Chief Carrook
  • Troubles
  • Missionary Meeting
  • Policy
  • Steamer on the Colorado
  • Depredations
  • Ingalls F.S., Supt. prison
  • Irvine, Edward
  • Irvine, J.A.R.
  • Isaac, Wm.
  • Journey Across the Plateau
  • Jonesville described
  • Kales, M.., residence
  • Kales & Lewis, bank
  • Kellner, E.F.
  • Store in Arizona
  • Linnville ranch
  • Land Offices
  • Location of the Capital
  • Lakes of Arizona
  • Little Colorado
  • Lemmon, J.G., adventures
  • Language of Apaches
  • Lost Mines
  • Leitch's Fine Ranch
  • Lemon Hotel, Phoenix
  • Gold Mine
  • Large body of Timber
  • Lount, G.D.
  • Leitch, Chas P.
  • Lemon, A.D.
  • Linnville, H.H.
  • Lutgerding, John A.
  • Lemon, Eliza W. Mrs.
  • Maricopa County
  • Valley
  • County Court House
  • Arastras
  • Canal
  • Missionary Operations
  • Churches
  • Mormon Battalion
  • Mohave Canyon
  • March of the California Soldiers
  • Mowery, Sylvester, adventures
  • Military Forts
  • Mountains of Arizona
  • Mesa of Arizona
  • Placer Mining
  • Marble Canyon
  • Montezuma Wells
  • Mormon Religion
  • MIrders executed
  • Morqui Indians
  • Mangus Colorado
  • Mines of Arizona
  • Moquis Towns
  • Mohave County
  • Mines of Mohave County
  • Mines Located
  • Yavapai
  • Pima
  • Yuma
  • Graham
  • Pinal
  • Gila
  • Maricopa
  • Modern Phoenix
  • Mesa City
  • Mesa City Farms
  • Ferry at Yuma
  • Mineral Park
  • Mohave City
  • MacDonald, A.F.
  • Miller, S.C.
  • Miller, J.L.
  • McCabe, J.D.
  • McNelly
  • W.T.
  • Mansfield, J.S.
  • Mason, C.G.
  • Sabbath-school, Prescott
  • Michea, J.B.
  • Miller, Geo. L. & Co.
  • Minor, P.
  • Murphy, Hon. Frank M.
  • Navigation of Colorado
  • New Trees and Plants
  • National Dish
  • Native Wild Animals
  • Navajoe Indians
  • Newspaper List
  • First Offices of the Terriotry
  • White Child Born
  • Novinger, Simon
  • Court, Prescott
  • Officers of Maricopa
  • White Settlers in Maricopa
  • Irrigating canals
  • Female Settlers
  • Store at Phoenix
  • House on Salt River
  • Settlers
  • House in Phoenix
  • White Man on Pacific
  • Forests of Arizona
  • Finances of the Territory
  • Friar Marcos
  • Fur Traders
  • Fremont's Explorations
  • Fort Yuma
  • Favorable Prospects
  • Frightful region
  • florence Climate
  • Farming Certain
  • Vessel on the Pacific
  • Flora a Test of Climate
  • Flowering Plants
  • Famous Mines
  • Fort Defiance
  • Grant
  • Mohave
  • Yuma
  • Fine Stock
  • Flagstaff
  • Fruit in Salt River Valley
  • Visit to Grand Canyon
  • Florence described
  • Fitch, Thomas, Hon.
  • French, C.G.W.
  • Fall, J.C.
  • Fuller, C.W.
  • Gila County
  • Globe City described
  • Graham County
  • Gladsen Purchase
  • Gallantin, John
  • Inland Travelers
  • Gila River
  • Grand Canyon
  • Game, Plenty
  • Gila Valley
  • Gray Canyon
  • Gila River Canyon
  • Garden of Arizona
  • Grant Cactus
  • Gila Monster
  • Gold Discoveries
  • MIssionary Plan
  • Gold and Silver Production
  • Garydon, A.
  • Gladsby & Ijams
  • Goodman & Co.
  • Guild, Wm. E.
  • Guilani, John
  • Gibson, J.M.
  • Gregory, J.M.
  • Gray, Douglass
  • Head of Navigation
  • Arizona Missionaries
  • Historical Valley
  • Hampton Mine
  • Hot Winds
  • Healthfulness of Arizona
  • Hot Springs
  • Horned Toad
  • Holbrook
  • Hackberry
  • Hooker, H.C., ranches
  • Huachuca Mountains
  • Pioneers
  • Horses
  • Hackney, A.H.
  • Hendrix, T.S.
  • Holland, Pat
  • Hancock, W.A.
  • Herrick, W.A.
  • Huston, S.M.
  • Hooker, E.R.
  • Importation of Cattle
  • Irrigation required
  • Opinion of the Country
  • Sand-storms
  • Severe Winters
  • Soil and productions
  • Spanish Ox Cart
  • Sorghum production
  • Size of Arizona
  • Sierra Bonita Stock Ranch
  • Schools of Arizona
  • Sage Brush
  • San Carlos Reservation
  • Officers of Arizona Troops
  • Solomonville
  • Statistics of Schools
  • Society in Arizona
  • Sherman, M.H. on schools
  • Spence, W.E.
  • Stewart, M.W.
  • Smith & Co.
  • Stroude, Ira & son
  • Sherman, M.H.
  • Schiefflin, Ed
  • Official Reports
  • Tubac
  • Tempe Settlement
  • Tucson
  • Teal's John, adventures
  • Timber in numerous locales
  • Tombstone
  • Tucson Buildings
  • Truman, B., Mayor, on indians
  • Tillman, C.W.
  • Tritle, F.A., Hon.
  • Overland Stage Lines
  • Tedrow, John W.
  • Votes cast at elections
  • Unknown land
  • Unwilling exploreres
  • Upper Colorado Valley
  • University lands
  • Useful plants
  • United Verde Mine
  • Valley Bank of Phoenix
  • Valleys of Arizona
  • Old Settler's Views
  • Visco, Nunez de Balboa
  • Visciono's Expedition
  • Valley of the Gila
  • Virgin River
  • Vermillion Cliffs
  • Van Arman, H.M.
  • Walker,Capt., Joseph
  • Wild Horses
  • Whipple's Expedition
  • Water Supply
  • Oak Trees
  • Wild Grasses
  • Wild Turkey
  • Wickenburg Massacre
  • Walker, J.R.
  • Will, Peter
  • Wilson, J.V.
  • Wallsworth, A.A.
  • Webb, S.F.
  • Yuma Indians
  • Yuma Mission Established
  • Officers of Indian Reservations
  • Yuma temperatures
  • Yucca
  • Yuma Reservation
  • Yavapai Supie Indians
  • Yuma County
  • Yuma City
  • Zuni Villages
  • Zoology of Arizona
  • Zeckendorf & co.
  • Zabriske, J.A
  • Occidental Hotel
  • Otis, A.D. & Co.
  • Ochia, J.M.
  • Oatman Flat
  • Prinicpal Rivers of Arizona
  • Peculiar Mountains
  • Lateau of Arizona
  • Painted Rocks
  • Painted Rock Canyon
  • Petrified Forest
  • Painted Desert
  • Potatoes, native
  • Public Lands
  • Public Schools
  • Orabye Gardens
  • Prison of Arizona
  • Palo Verde Tree
  • Pima Indians
  • Precious Metals
  • Peacock's Springs
  • Pascoe Hotel
  • Placer Mines of Yavapai
  • Prescott Located
  • Prescott Land Office
  • Pinal Settlement
  • Origin of Name 'Arizona'
  • Patton, S.E.
  • Pima County
  • Phoenix Hotel
  • Phoenix Climate
  • Phoenix described
  • Phoenix First Settlers
  • Phoenix school
  • Phoenix Churches
  • Phoenix Name
  • Phoenix Banks
  • Organization of Territory
  • Pioneer Settlers
  • Population of Arizona
  • Progress of the Territory
  • Pueblos described
  • Pioneer stage lines
  • Plan of converting Natives
  • Pioneer's Adventures
  • Powell's Expedition
  • Plants and shrubs
  • Primrose Hill
  • Officers of Arizona
  • Pomeroy, John H.
  • Poston, C.D. reminiscences
  • Pascoe, J.H.
  • Pascoe, B.F.
  • Quijotoa, Mines
  • Rivers of Arizona
  • Rio Puerco River
  • Rio Verde
  • Rain-fall Table
  • Rainy Seasons
  • Organization of Counties
  • Railroads
  • Southern Pacific
  • Alantic
  • Central Arizona
  • Robson, Chas, I.
  • Remy, J.B.
  • Ruggles, Levi
  • Reymer, I. De Noon
  • Ryder, H.W.
  • Rush, Chas., B.
  • Operations of the Missionaries
  • San Pedro River
  • Spanish Arizona
  • Seven Cities
  • St.Joesph Mission Ruins
  • Spanish Terriotories
  • San Pedro Valley
  • Smith, General, Expedition
  • Scenery of the Colorado
  • Salt River
  • Santa Cruz River
  • Old and Venerable Church
  • San Francisco Mountains
  • Santa Catalina
  • Santa Cruz Valley
  • Sanitarium of Arizona
  • Summer in Colorado
  • Superior Climate
  • Sitgrave's Pass
  • Silver King
  • San Simon Valley
  • San Xavier de Bac
Control code
ocm01710946
Dimensions
32 cm
Extent
[11], 26-322, [2] pages, [62] leaves of plates (some color)
Lccn
63021620
Other physical details
charts, illustrations (some color), portraits
System control number
(Sirsi) l63021620
Label
A reprint of the History of Arizona Territory : showing its resources and advantages : with illustrations of its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, hotels, business houses, schools, churches, &c. from original drawings
Publication
Note
  • Folded color map in front insert
  • 350 copies printed, copy 1: no. 280 and copy 2: no. 348
  • First ed. published in 1884, by W.W. Elliott, San Francisco, under title: History of Arizona Territory
Contents
  • Landscape View
  • Dry Plains
  • Description of Counties
  • Desert Region
  • Dos Cabezas
  • Dosoris Mine
  • Dunbar Thos
  • Doran, A.J. -- t Early Settlements
  • Epitome of Early History
  • Early Explorations
  • Expulsion of Missionaries
  • Comparative Table
  • Early Surveying Parties
  • Extinct Volcano
  • Elevation of Important Places
  • Extended View
  • Exploring Canyons
  • Extent of Stock Business
  • Experience of Stockmen
  • Estufa, or Indian Sweat House
  • Ehrenberg
  • Early Times in Prescott
  • Territory Organized
  • Acquisition of Spanish Territory
  • Artesian Wells
  • Ancient Spirit of Discovery
  • Arizona Named
  • Arrest of the Jesuits
  • Arizona Paradise
  • During the Civil War
  • Introduction
  • Volunteers
  • Apache Pass Battle
  • Indians
  • Hunting Deer
  • Adventures of the Troops
  • Attempts to Ascend Catalina
  • Aventures in Cataract Canyon
  • Aravapai Canyon
  • Analysis of Casa Grande
  • Agricultural Country
  • Geological formations in Arizona
  • Available Water Supply
  • Agricultural Lands
  • Alfalfa
  • Arizona Lion
  • Indians
  • Star Building
  • Quail
  • Prospectors
  • Aravapai Valley
  • Ancient Mines
  • Explanatory
  • Arizona Pioneers
  • Apache Country
  • Aubry Landing
  • Arizona Canal
  • Amount of Lumber Produced Yearly
  • Alexander H.N.--
  • Boundary Commission
  • Bill Williams' River
  • Black Mountain
  • Botanist Delighted
  • Artesian Wells
  • Black Canyon
  • Branding Cattle
  • Botany of the territory
  • Beautiful floral scene
  • Birds of Arizona
  • Benson Station
  • Buzaard Mine
  • Business Houses of E.F. Kellner
  • Banker, Chas
  • Bartlett, C.G.
  • Arizona Legislatures
  • Bagley, Daniel
  • Butler, Thos J.
  • Cochise County described, Mines
  • Cosino Cave
  • California Battalion
  • Climate of Prescott
  • Cabeza de Vaca
  • Coronado Expedition
  • Casa Grande
  • Colorado River
  • Advantages of Irrigation
  • Civil War in Arizona
  • Carleton, Gen. J.H.
  • Cre,ony, J.C.
  • Cataract Creek
  • Cliff and Cave Dwellings
  • Cottton Production
  • Churches of Arizona
  • Contention Mines
  • Chapel's Place
  • Cattle rodeos
  • Annual rain-fall
  • Condition of society
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Cochise, the Indians
  • Copper Mines
  • Coal Fields of Arizona
  • Cottonwood Valley
  • Chloride Vilage
  • Clifton Hotel
  • Cattle
  • Camp Grant
  • Arizona During the Rebellion
  • Castle Dome
  • Calabasas
  • Camp Crittenden
  • Craigue, PA
  • Chapell, Geo. H.
  • Cluff, Joseph
  • Champion, J.
  • Clark E.P.
  • Dome Mountain
  • Dead Mountain Legend
  • Overland Explorers
  • Immense Stock range
  • Insane persons
  • Insect pests
  • Irrigating canals of Maricopa Co.
  • Ives, Lieutenant, Expedition
  • Interior of Casa Grande
  • Indians of Arizona
  • Massacre
  • Reservations
  • Language
  • Exploration of Arizona
  • Farming
  • OUtbreak of 1882
  • Character
  • Mangus Colorado
  • Cochise
  • Agent
  • Chief Carrook
  • Troubles
  • Missionary Meeting
  • Policy
  • Steamer on the Colorado
  • Depredations
  • Ingalls F.S., Supt. prison
  • Irvine, Edward
  • Irvine, J.A.R.
  • Isaac, Wm.
  • Journey Across the Plateau
  • Jonesville described
  • Kales, M.., residence
  • Kales & Lewis, bank
  • Kellner, E.F.
  • Store in Arizona
  • Linnville ranch
  • Land Offices
  • Location of the Capital
  • Lakes of Arizona
  • Little Colorado
  • Lemmon, J.G., adventures
  • Language of Apaches
  • Lost Mines
  • Leitch's Fine Ranch
  • Lemon Hotel, Phoenix
  • Gold Mine
  • Large body of Timber
  • Lount, G.D.
  • Leitch, Chas P.
  • Lemon, A.D.
  • Linnville, H.H.
  • Lutgerding, John A.
  • Lemon, Eliza W. Mrs.
  • Maricopa County
  • Valley
  • County Court House
  • Arastras
  • Canal
  • Missionary Operations
  • Churches
  • Mormon Battalion
  • Mohave Canyon
  • March of the California Soldiers
  • Mowery, Sylvester, adventures
  • Military Forts
  • Mountains of Arizona
  • Mesa of Arizona
  • Placer Mining
  • Marble Canyon
  • Montezuma Wells
  • Mormon Religion
  • MIrders executed
  • Morqui Indians
  • Mangus Colorado
  • Mines of Arizona
  • Moquis Towns
  • Mohave County
  • Mines of Mohave County
  • Mines Located
  • Yavapai
  • Pima
  • Yuma
  • Graham
  • Pinal
  • Gila
  • Maricopa
  • Modern Phoenix
  • Mesa City
  • Mesa City Farms
  • Ferry at Yuma
  • Mineral Park
  • Mohave City
  • MacDonald, A.F.
  • Miller, S.C.
  • Miller, J.L.
  • McCabe, J.D.
  • McNelly
  • W.T.
  • Mansfield, J.S.
  • Mason, C.G.
  • Sabbath-school, Prescott
  • Michea, J.B.
  • Miller, Geo. L. & Co.
  • Minor, P.
  • Murphy, Hon. Frank M.
  • Navigation of Colorado
  • New Trees and Plants
  • National Dish
  • Native Wild Animals
  • Navajoe Indians
  • Newspaper List
  • First Offices of the Terriotry
  • White Child Born
  • Novinger, Simon
  • Court, Prescott
  • Officers of Maricopa
  • White Settlers in Maricopa
  • Irrigating canals
  • Female Settlers
  • Store at Phoenix
  • House on Salt River
  • Settlers
  • House in Phoenix
  • White Man on Pacific
  • Forests of Arizona
  • Finances of the Territory
  • Friar Marcos
  • Fur Traders
  • Fremont's Explorations
  • Fort Yuma
  • Favorable Prospects
  • Frightful region
  • florence Climate
  • Farming Certain
  • Vessel on the Pacific
  • Flora a Test of Climate
  • Flowering Plants
  • Famous Mines
  • Fort Defiance
  • Grant
  • Mohave
  • Yuma
  • Fine Stock
  • Flagstaff
  • Fruit in Salt River Valley
  • Visit to Grand Canyon
  • Florence described
  • Fitch, Thomas, Hon.
  • French, C.G.W.
  • Fall, J.C.
  • Fuller, C.W.
  • Gila County
  • Globe City described
  • Graham County
  • Gladsen Purchase
  • Gallantin, John
  • Inland Travelers
  • Gila River
  • Grand Canyon
  • Game, Plenty
  • Gila Valley
  • Gray Canyon
  • Gila River Canyon
  • Garden of Arizona
  • Grant Cactus
  • Gila Monster
  • Gold Discoveries
  • MIssionary Plan
  • Gold and Silver Production
  • Garydon, A.
  • Gladsby & Ijams
  • Goodman & Co.
  • Guild, Wm. E.
  • Guilani, John
  • Gibson, J.M.
  • Gregory, J.M.
  • Gray, Douglass
  • Head of Navigation
  • Arizona Missionaries
  • Historical Valley
  • Hampton Mine
  • Hot Winds
  • Healthfulness of Arizona
  • Hot Springs
  • Horned Toad
  • Holbrook
  • Hackberry
  • Hooker, H.C., ranches
  • Huachuca Mountains
  • Pioneers
  • Horses
  • Hackney, A.H.
  • Hendrix, T.S.
  • Holland, Pat
  • Hancock, W.A.
  • Herrick, W.A.
  • Huston, S.M.
  • Hooker, E.R.
  • Importation of Cattle
  • Irrigation required
  • Opinion of the Country
  • Sand-storms
  • Severe Winters
  • Soil and productions
  • Spanish Ox Cart
  • Sorghum production
  • Size of Arizona
  • Sierra Bonita Stock Ranch
  • Schools of Arizona
  • Sage Brush
  • San Carlos Reservation
  • Officers of Arizona Troops
  • Solomonville
  • Statistics of Schools
  • Society in Arizona
  • Sherman, M.H. on schools
  • Spence, W.E.
  • Stewart, M.W.
  • Smith & Co.
  • Stroude, Ira & son
  • Sherman, M.H.
  • Schiefflin, Ed
  • Official Reports
  • Tubac
  • Tempe Settlement
  • Tucson
  • Teal's John, adventures
  • Timber in numerous locales
  • Tombstone
  • Tucson Buildings
  • Truman, B., Mayor, on indians
  • Tillman, C.W.
  • Tritle, F.A., Hon.
  • Overland Stage Lines
  • Tedrow, John W.
  • Votes cast at elections
  • Unknown land
  • Unwilling exploreres
  • Upper Colorado Valley
  • University lands
  • Useful plants
  • United Verde Mine
  • Valley Bank of Phoenix
  • Valleys of Arizona
  • Old Settler's Views
  • Visco, Nunez de Balboa
  • Visciono's Expedition
  • Valley of the Gila
  • Virgin River
  • Vermillion Cliffs
  • Van Arman, H.M.
  • Walker,Capt., Joseph
  • Wild Horses
  • Whipple's Expedition
  • Water Supply
  • Oak Trees
  • Wild Grasses
  • Wild Turkey
  • Wickenburg Massacre
  • Walker, J.R.
  • Will, Peter
  • Wilson, J.V.
  • Wallsworth, A.A.
  • Webb, S.F.
  • Yuma Indians
  • Yuma Mission Established
  • Officers of Indian Reservations
  • Yuma temperatures
  • Yucca
  • Yuma Reservation
  • Yavapai Supie Indians
  • Yuma County
  • Yuma City
  • Zuni Villages
  • Zoology of Arizona
  • Zeckendorf & co.
  • Zabriske, J.A
  • Occidental Hotel
  • Otis, A.D. & Co.
  • Ochia, J.M.
  • Oatman Flat
  • Prinicpal Rivers of Arizona
  • Peculiar Mountains
  • Lateau of Arizona
  • Painted Rocks
  • Painted Rock Canyon
  • Petrified Forest
  • Painted Desert
  • Potatoes, native
  • Public Lands
  • Public Schools
  • Orabye Gardens
  • Prison of Arizona
  • Palo Verde Tree
  • Pima Indians
  • Precious Metals
  • Peacock's Springs
  • Pascoe Hotel
  • Placer Mines of Yavapai
  • Prescott Located
  • Prescott Land Office
  • Pinal Settlement
  • Origin of Name 'Arizona'
  • Patton, S.E.
  • Pima County
  • Phoenix Hotel
  • Phoenix Climate
  • Phoenix described
  • Phoenix First Settlers
  • Phoenix school
  • Phoenix Churches
  • Phoenix Name
  • Phoenix Banks
  • Organization of Territory
  • Pioneer Settlers
  • Population of Arizona
  • Progress of the Territory
  • Pueblos described
  • Pioneer stage lines
  • Plan of converting Natives
  • Pioneer's Adventures
  • Powell's Expedition
  • Plants and shrubs
  • Primrose Hill
  • Officers of Arizona
  • Pomeroy, John H.
  • Poston, C.D. reminiscences
  • Pascoe, J.H.
  • Pascoe, B.F.
  • Quijotoa, Mines
  • Rivers of Arizona
  • Rio Puerco River
  • Rio Verde
  • Rain-fall Table
  • Rainy Seasons
  • Organization of Counties
  • Railroads
  • Southern Pacific
  • Alantic
  • Central Arizona
  • Robson, Chas, I.
  • Remy, J.B.
  • Ruggles, Levi
  • Reymer, I. De Noon
  • Ryder, H.W.
  • Rush, Chas., B.
  • Operations of the Missionaries
  • San Pedro River
  • Spanish Arizona
  • Seven Cities
  • St.Joesph Mission Ruins
  • Spanish Terriotories
  • San Pedro Valley
  • Smith, General, Expedition
  • Scenery of the Colorado
  • Salt River
  • Santa Cruz River
  • Old and Venerable Church
  • San Francisco Mountains
  • Santa Catalina
  • Santa Cruz Valley
  • Sanitarium of Arizona
  • Summer in Colorado
  • Superior Climate
  • Sitgrave's Pass
  • Silver King
  • San Simon Valley
  • San Xavier de Bac
Control code
ocm01710946
Dimensions
32 cm
Extent
[11], 26-322, [2] pages, [62] leaves of plates (some color)
Lccn
63021620
Other physical details
charts, illustrations (some color), portraits
System control number
(Sirsi) l63021620

Library Locations

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      2020 S. Avenue 8E, Yuma, AZ, 85366, US
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      2951 S. 21st Dr, Yuma, AZ, 85364, US
      32.7053273 -114.6461849
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