The southern half of the state of Arizona. may be briefly characterized as a relatively level plain studded with numerous hills and mountains. The plain rises from elevations of a few hundred feet along the Colorado River to as much as 4,500 and 5,… See more
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A descriptive catalogue of the species of mammals occurring in that region; with a general summary of the natural history, and a list of trees. Edgar Alexander Mearns, Published April 13, 1907 View Mammals of the Mexican boundary of the United… See more
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Preface: The initial idea of the compilation of this work was to give the reading public an authentic record of the private life of the Apache Indians, and to extend to Geronimo as a prisoner of war the courtesy due any captive, i.e., the right to… See more
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A historical account including extensive stay in southern Arizona (Tucson, Tubac, Santa Rita Mountains, Sonoita, and other areas) from the early 1860s. This is one of the most depopulated and dangerous times generally in southern Arizona. Apaches… See more
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One of the earlier accounts of the region. Parts of the narrative are very interesting. Take some of this with a grain of salt. A description of Sonora and Arizona in 1764 (Rudo Ensayo, 1764)
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