Barnes, Will C.; Granger, Byrd (ed.) Arizona
Place Names University of Arizona Press. 1997
"In 1876 and 1877 two companies of Mormon emigrants from Arkansas were assigned to Little Colorado River Settlements. John W. N. Scarlett, first sent to Allen's Camp, withdrew in 1883 to found Heber where John Bushman had found water in 1882. The new community as named for Heber C. Kimball, Chief Justice of the State of Deseret or, according to a second source, for Heber J. Grant, President of the Mormon Church."
Barnes, Will C.; Granger, Byrd (ed.) Arizona's names : X marks the place Falconer Pub. Co. : distributed by Treasure Chest Publications, c1983. P. 296
"Overgaard-- This location was named for the Overgaard family. Christ Overgaard served as postmaster in 1939. P.O. est October 14, 1938, William T. Schockley, pm; disc. Deember 31, 1943, re-est April 16, 1952."
Barnes, Will C.; Granger, Byrd (ed.) Arizona's names : X marks the place Falconer Pub. Co. : distributed by Treasure Chest Publications, c1983. P. 454
Arizona Department of Commerce Community Profiles-- Heber-Overgaard, Arizona
Heber-Overgaard Local Government Website
The Arizonan.com Heber-Overgaard
Books/Manuscripts found in the ASU Library Catalog
It is not often-- / [by Bobbie Stephens Hunt]
F819.H4 H86x 1993
A Study of the Show Low, Arizona economic growth center Phoenix, Ariz. : Moore & West Economic Research, 
HGY 1.2:S 45
Heber C. Kimball: His Wifes and Family; 1967
CE EPH RSM-40
Heber, Overgaard, Arizona: Informational Brochures.
CE EPH DTO-HEBER
Heber-Overgaard, Arizona: Community Profiles Varied Dates from 1975
CE EPH DTO-HEBER.1
Heber, Arizona: Informational Brochures.
FE EPH DTO-HEBER.1
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