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The Bisbee Deportation of 1917, features chiefly printed materials and pamphlets from Special Collections' Manuscript Collection AZ 114, entitled Bisbee deportations legal papers, and consists of case files from lawsuits that followed the Bisbee deportation of 1917.

Ames, Sister Aloysia, C.S.J. The St. Mary's I Knew includes digital version of three works: The School of Nursing 1914-1966 Trek of the Seven Sisters; and The Diary of Sister Berchmans, "Voyage and Travel to Tucson 1876."

Barrio histórico Tucson. Dennis R. Bell, et al. Tucson, Ariz.: College of Architecture, University of Arizona, 1972. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives. Southwest Jewish History: (University of Arizona, Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives)

Bourne, Eulalia "Sister." Nine Months Is a Year at Baboquívari School. The story of a year's experiences in a rural Pima County school before World War II. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act. Reproduced with permission from The University of Arizona Press.

Brown, J. Cabell. Calabazas, Or, Amusing Recollections of an Arizona "City." San Francisco: Valleau & Peterson, 1892. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Byrne, Leo G.. Heritage: The Story of St. Mary's Hospital 1880 - 1980 This e-text was created in August 1997. It is a digital version of the work commemorating 100 years of St. Mary's Hospital, Tucson first hospital. It is also a valuable resource for persons studying hospital administration and health care.

Conklin, Enoch. Picturesque Arizona. Being the Result of Travels and Observations in Arizona During the Fall and Winter of 1877. Illustrated by the Continent Steroscopic Company of New York, publishers. 1878. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Corrigan, Sister Monica. Trek of the Seven Sisters is a digital reproduction in HTML and PDF versions of Sister Monica Corrigan's diary. Sister Monica was one of the seven Carondelet Sisters who made the hazardous journey from San Diego to Tucson in May of 1870. The booklet is illustrated with 16 charming line drawings which have been added as either thumbnail images at the top of the three sections or linked at an appropriate section location.

Davis, Carlyle Channing. The True Story of "Ramona": Its Facts and Fictions, Inspiration and Purpose. New York: Dodge Publishing Company, 1914. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Davis, W. W. H. El Gringo, Or, New Mexico and Her People. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1857. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Dobyns, Professor Henry F.. Tubac Through Four Centuries: An electronic version of a 200+ page historical work on Tubac. The original version was published in 1959 and a reformatted version was printed in 1995. v. 1.0, 14 August 1997.

--. Spanish Colonial Tucson. Tucson, Arizona: The University of Arizona Press, 1976. An account of the ethnic development during Tucson's colonial period, 1864-1821, including the role of the presidio. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Drachman, Roy P. Just Memories In Just Memories, Roy P. Drachman shared his memories from a lifetime in Tucson. The original volume was printed and distributed in July, 1979. This electronic version was created December 1997. It contributes to preserving Tucson's twentieth century history as experienced by a pioneer family member.

Evers, Larry, editor, with Anya Dozier, Danny Lopez, Felipe Molina, Ellavina Tsosie Perkins, Emory Sekaquaptewa, and Ofelia Zepeda. The South Corner of Time: Hopi, Navajo, Papago, Yaqui Tribal Literature

Farish, Thomas Edwin. History of Arizona. These original volumes were published 1915 through 1918, by the direction of the Second Legislature of the State of Arizona. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.
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Hamilton, Patrick, compiler. Resources of Arizona: Its Mineral, Farming, and Grazing Lands, Towns, and Mining Camps; Its Rivers, Mountains, Plains, and Mesas; With a Brief Summary of Its Indian Tribes, Early History, Ancient Ruins, Climate, etc. A Manual of Reliable Information Concerning the Territory. Compiled by Patrick Hamilton "under Authority of the Legislature." Prescott, Arizona, 1881. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Hendricks, David M. Arizona Soils. Tucson, Ariz.: College of Agriculture, University of Arizona, 1985. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Hodge, Hiram C. Arizona As It Is; Or, The Coming Country. New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1877. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Hough, Walter. Archeological Field Work in Northeastern Arizona, by Walter Hough for the Smithsonian Institution, 1903. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

James, George Wharton. Indian Blankets and Their Makers. Chicago. A. C. McClure and Co., 1920. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

King, Charles. Sunset Pass, Or Running the Gauntlet through Apache Land. Published by John W. Lovell Company: 1890. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

McCarty, Kieran. Desert Documentary: The Spanish Years, 1767-1821.

Munk, Joseph A. Arizona Sketches. New York: Grafton Press, 1905. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Nentvig, Juan, S.J. Rudo Ensayo: A Description of Sonora and Arizona in 1764. "Translated, Clarified, and Annotated by Alberto Francisco Pradeau and Robert R. Rasmussen." Tucson, Arizona: The University of Arizona Press, 1980. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act. Reproduced with permission from The University of Arizona Press. [/Blockquote] [p][A NAME="O"][/A] [FONT SIZE=+2][B]O[/B][/FONT] [Blockquote] ->

Powell, Lawrence Clark Southwest Bookman -- Two of Dr. Powell's bibliographies of Southwest fiction and fact are now available on the Internet:

Prince, L. Bradford. Spanish Mission Churches of New Mexico. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, 1915. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Ronstadt, A. Martin. Dr. George Martin, Sr.: Pioneer Arizona and Tucson Druggist, Founder of the Martin Drug Company, by A. Martin Ronstadt. Reprinted from the Tucson Corral of the Westerners The Smoke Signal Number 56, 1991.

Ronstadt, Edward F.. see also Sherman, James E.

Ronstadt, Federico José María. Borderman: the Memoirs of José María Ronstadt: An electronic version of The University of New Mexico Press monograph representing manuscripts in the Ronstadt Family archives at the University of Arizona's Special Collections. v. 1.0 26 August 1997 ->

Saunders, Charles Francis. Indians of the Terraced Houses . With numerous illustrations from photographs mainly by C. F. and E. H. Saunders. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London: The Knickerbocker Press, 1912. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Sherman, James E. and Ronstadt, Edward F.. Wagon Making in Southern Arizona, by James E. Sherman and Edward F. Ronstadt, with quotations from the memoirs of Fred Ronstadt, pioneer wagon maker. Reprinted from the Tucson Corral of the Westerners, The Smoke Signal Number 31, Spring 1975.

Smith, Gloria L.. Trailtones: The African-American Heritage of Arizona

Summerhayes, Martha. Vanished Arizona: Recollections of My Army Life. Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company, 1908. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Udall, Morris K.:

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Preliminary Report Concerning Explorations and Surveys Principally in Nevada and Arizona. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1872. An early mapping report from the Corps of Engineers transmitted to the Senate from the Secretary of War. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Van Dyke, John C. The Desert: Further Studies in Natural Appearances. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Wild, Peter. John C. Van Dyke: An Essay and a Bibliography. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Library, Special Collections Monographs, 2001. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Wilson, Marian Calvert Wilson. Manuelita, The Story of San Xavier del Bac. New York: United States Book Company, 1891. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Winship, George Parker, translator and editor.Journey of Coronado, 1540-1542. "From the City of Mexico to the Grand Canon of the Colorado and the Buffalo Plains of Texas, Kansas, and Nebraska. As told by himself and his followers." New York: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1904. This electronic copy was produced in February 2002 in part with grant funds provided by the Library Services and Technology Act.

Yancy, James Walter. Negro of Tucson, Past and Present, The.

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