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Page 22 from Arizona Cattle Ranching in the Modern Era 1945-1970, National Register of Historic Places.
Page 61 from Crowning the Queen of the Sonoran Desert: Tucson and Saguaro National Park.
Page 202 from Historic Resource Study - Saguaro National Monument - showing Manning Cabin in May 1986 (top - Photograph by Berle Clemensen) and the Manning Cabin "Dog Run 11 (Walkway) August 1966 (Saguaro National Monument Files).
A Timothy O'Sullivan photograph titled "Ancient ruins in the Cañon de Chelle, N.M. In a niche 50 feet above present cañon bed." Taken in the 1870s for Wheeler's U.S. Geological Survey West of the 100th Meridian.
Cover Page from the 1933 Desert View Drive in Grand Canyon National Park Guide.
Stereograph titled "The Cañon at noon" by John K. Hillers. Photographs taken in the 1870s for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West by J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson.
Stereograph titled "Making pictures" with "Aquarius Plateau" noted on the back by, and of, John K. Hillers. Photographs taken in the 1870s for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West by J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson.
Map of the Arizona Military Telegraph system constructed in the 1870s. Page 103 from Words By Iron Wire.
Page 2 from Words By Iron Wire.
A topographic map of the southern part of the Kaibab Plateau - Head of the Grand Canon.
Page 10 from Desert View Drive in Grand Canyon National Park showing Cedar Mountain - 1933.
Page 29 from Empire Ranch - Historic American Landscapes Survey - showing important landscape areas.
Stereograph titled "Driftwood Falls" with "Boulder Creek" noted on the back by John K. Hillers. Photographs taken in the 1870s for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West by J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson.
Title Page from Clarence Dutton's 1882 Atlas to Accompany the Monograph on the Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District.
Page 3 from History of Cocoraque Butte.
Cover Page from Portrait and Biographical Record of Arizona.
Page 12 from PESH-BI-YALTI SPEAKS, WHITE MAN'S TALKING WIRE IN ARIZONA.
Page 3 from Cattle Ranching in Arizona 1540-1950, National Register of Historic Places.
Cover Page from Polishing the Jewel, An Administrative History of Grand Canyon National Park.
Cover Page from Crowning the Queen of the Sonoran Desert: Tucson and Saguaro National Park.
Cover Page from Historic Resource Study Saguaro National Monument.
Cover Page from Camp-Fires on Desert and Lava, William T. Hornaday, Sc.D..
Cover Page from Old Pueblo Archaeology - Ironwood Forest National Monument.
Cover Page from Arizona Place Names - Will C. Barnes.
An illustration of the view west from Point Sublime from Clarence Dutton's Atlas to Accompany the Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District.
Title Page from Clarence Dutton's 1882 Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District.
Information about and a record of site visits by Tohono O’odham tribal members to Cocoraque Butte in Ironwood National Forest by T. J. Ferguson for Arizona Open Lands Trust.
An article by Norman L. Rue on the history of the Military Telegraph in Arizona.
A history of Cattle Ranching in Arizona from 1540 to 1950 written for the National Register of Historic Places.
An Administrative History of Grand Canyon National Park by Michael F. Anderson.
Old Pueblo Archaeology's February 2015 (Number 73) Bulletin with coverage of the Natural History, Archaeology, and Cultures of the Ironwood Forest National Monument.
A 1935 book on Arizona Place Names.
A January 1987 NPS Historic Resource Study on Saguaro National Monument.
A 2011 Administrative History of Saguaro National Park.
Guide Leaflet No.1 - Desert View Drive in Grand Canyon National Park.
The Empire Ranch Historic American Landscapes Survey Document - HALS AZ-19 - including information on buildings, the landscape and the history of Empire Ranch.
Text and photos from an early 20th century journey from Tucson across the desert southwest to Sonoyta and finally to the Gulf of California by William T Hornaday and a party including Dr. Daniel Trembly MacDougal and Godfrey Sykes.
A book by Martha Summerhayes about her remarkable journeys and life with the US Army from 1874 to 1910.
Maps and illustrations of the Grand Canyon area to accompany Clarence Dutton's Tertiary History of the Grand Canyon District.
A geologic journey into the Grand Canyon.
A 1901 book by the Chapman Publishing Company of Chicago that presents biographies of prominent Arizonans - 'Commemorating the Achievements of Citizens who have Contributed to the Progress of Arizona and the Development of its Resources'.
A concise history of Cattle Ranching in Arizona from 1945 to 1970 written for the National Register of Historic Places.
A 1967 Master of Arts Thesis by Norman L. Rue on the Construction of the Military Telegraph in Arizona Territory, 1873-1877.