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THE GOLD DISCOVERY JOURNAL OF AZARIAH SMITH

By: Bigler, David L. (editor)

Price: $22.00  $19.80

Publisher: Logan, Ut, U. S. A., Utah State University Press: 1996

Seller ID: 9184

Condition: Very Good


Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; "Azariah Smith wrote one of only two contemporary wyewitness accounts fo the discovery of gold by John Marshall at Sutter's Mill. " A Member of the Mormon Battalion at eighteen, "His Journal...is a compelling account of an average citizen experiencing the making of history. " ; 6" x 9"; 159 pages View more info

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The Doheny Scientific Expedition to the Hava Supai Canyon, Northern Arizona

By: Hubbard, Samuel & Charles W. Gilmore

Price: $8.00  $7.20

Publisher: Coachwhip Publications: 2011

Seller ID: 57872

Condition: New


Brand new softcover book! ; A 1924 expedition to Hava Supai Canyon, Arizona, in the Grand Canyon, uncovered several remarkable ancient pictographs of strange creatures that have been interpreted by some as depicting extinct species or animals that aren't known to exist in this part of the world. This is a facsimile reprint of the original 1925 report. ; Biofortean Reprint Series; 10 X 7.01 X 0.06 inches; 24 pages; 9781616460686 View more info

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That cowboy from Burro Creek

By: Neal, Grace

Price: $98.33  $88.50

Publisher: Kingman, AZ, Mohave County Historical Society: 1992

Seller ID: 57820

Condition: Very Good with no Dust Jacket


Cover has some light edge and corner wear.Inscribed by author on free front end sheet, "This is book Number 131 of a limited, first edition of 300 hard bound books." ; Biography of author's husband, cowboy & jet businessman, & also a history of Mohave County. Illustrated with B&W line drawings by Joe Tyree. ; 5.75" x 8.75"; 360 pages; 0963012517 View more info

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Boswell - The Story of a Frontier Lawman

By: Pence, Mary Lou

Price: $27.72  $24.95

Publisher: Pioneer Printing: 1978

Seller ID: 44831

Condition: Very Good


Cover is in excellent condition. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; ; 5.75" x 8.6"; 186 pages View more info

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BOYS' AND GIRLS' ARIZONA

By: Robinson, Dorothy F.

Price: $52.40  $47.16

Publisher: Southside Publishing Company: 1932

Seller ID: 41610

Condition: Very Good


Inscription on inside cover to previous owner reads, "Morris Richards June 11th 1933 presented by the Author." Cover has very slight edge and corner wear. Softcover in excellent condition! Pages are clean, no noticed markings. Binding is tight and completely intact. ; Black-and-white photos and drawings without. Includes index, and detailed calander of Arizona history. ; 6" x 8.7"; 127 pages View more info

"J.B." - THE PIONEER EDUCATOR - Cold Biscuits to Hot Lunches

By: Sutton, James B. with Maggie Sherwood

Price: $47.00  $37.60

Publisher: Marston's Inc.: 1983

Seller ID: 41622

Condition: Very Good


Blue cover with slight discoloration. Gold lettering and in very good condition, no dust jacket. ; J. B. has produced a book that covers the most significant period in Arizona history. His story, which ranges from cold buscuits to hot luches, is truly an epic of one man's contribution to his community, his school, his state, and the field of education. It's a rags to riches story in one respect, because the small farming community Sutton undertook to serve and r... View more info

A CONCISE HISTORY OF THE MORMON BATTALION IN THE MEXICAN WAR 1846-1848

By: Tyler, Sgt. Daniel

Price: $20.00  $18.00

Publisher: Glorieta, NM Usa, The Rio Grande Press Inc.: 1969

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 19931

Condition: Very Good+ with no Dust Jacket


Brown hard cover with red lettering. Cover is slightly rubbed/edge worn. Else is overall still very good. Lithographed reprint of the original 1881 edition. Account of the almost 500 men who walked 2000 miles from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego in the winter of 1846 to particpate in the war. ; After a lapse of thirty-six years from the time of the enlistment of the Mormon Battalion, no apology is required for publishing its history. Had its publication been un... View more info

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Ghosts of Cleopatra Hill - Men and Legends of Old Jerome

By: Young, Herbert V.

Price: $46.00  $41.40

Publisher: Jerome, AZ, Jerome Historical Society: 1974

Seller ID: 51672

Condition: Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket


Cover has some light edge and corner wear, no noticed markings. Photographs and illustrations throughout. ; ; 5.75" x 8.25"; 151 pages View more info