Provided below are links to my collection of materials that can be found on topics of Arizona History. The materials consist of web pages, books, manuscripts collections, photograph collections, and more. Items located under the Books/Manuscripts links will take you to the Arizona State University Library Catalog, where you will be able to locate the book or document, find its location, and view it at your leisure.
Most of the topics are concerned with Arizona from Prehistoric times to the present, but I have also added some more colorful information in which Arizona's history has a wealth of. I decided on most of the topics as a result of my employment at the Arizona Historical Foundation. Most of the material is recommended from that experience as it was and is the most helpful. Some of the content of the topics are as follows: Arizona Politics, Arizona Crime and Criminals, Injustices in Arizona, Water in Arizona, Arizona Education, plus more to come. Arizona Multiculturalism documents sources on African Americans, Chinese Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Jews in Arizona. Native Americans gives information on tribes associated with or native to Arizona. The Spanish Period deals with Spanish exploration and priests that originally settled in Arizona. Arizona Wars and Battles documents the military history of Arizona. Arizona Settlers documents the history of Mountain Men and Mormon Settlement in Arizona. Arizona Cities is a list of information on all of the cities in Arizona that I was able to find. I have also provided a search engine below the site map in order to aid you in the navigation of this page.
If you have any questions about this site or Arizona History, feel free to e-mail me below. I can perform reference services if you need further information on your topic. I hope you enjoy your visit into Arizona history. Thank you for visiting and please come again.
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