Arizona: a panoramic history of a frontier State

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Doubleday, 1977 - History - 404 pages
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Looks at the Indian tribes, the Spanish, and the Anglos who have played major roles in the history of Arizona and surveys the state's startling physical contrasts, unusual wildlife, industrial development, and politics

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In the Beginning
Arizonas Natural Inhabitants
The Ones Who Were Here Before

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About the author (1977)

Often referred to as "the Will Rogers of Arizona," Marshall Trimble grew up in the small cattle-shipping and railroad community of Ash Fork, Arizona. Attributing the homespun humor of his stories and books to his small-town roots, Trimble has authored more than a dozen books, and his stories and cowboy poems have appeared in such magazines as "Arizona Highways, Western Horseman", and "The American Cowboy".

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