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Field Division of Education
Chronology for Tumacacori National Monument
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BIBLIOGRAPHY


SECONDARY ACCOUNTS OF AMERICAN PENETRATION

Bell, Hazel Ada.
1928 "The Federal Relations of the Territory of Arizona from 1863 to 1893." M.A. Thesis in History. Berkeley, University of California.
Box, Capt. Michael James."
1869 "Adventures and Explorations in New and Old Mexico." New York, James Miller. pp. 1-344.
Eppard, Mabelle Blanche.
1914 "The Southern Emigrant Trails to California." M.A. Thesis in history. Berkeley, University of California, April 27. Bibliography.
Hichox, Frances Catherine.
1925 "The Settlement of the Boundary Line between the United States and Mexico, 1848-1853." M.A. Thesis in history. University of California, Sept. 10. Maps and bibliography, pp. 1-37.
Parker, Isabel M.
1927 "Apache Troubles in the Southwest. " M.A. Thesis in history. University of California, May.
Rippy, James Fred.
1920 "The Relation of the United States and Mexico 1848-1860." PhD. Thesis in history, University of California, Berkeley, April 22, pp. I - VII; 1-388. Bibliography.
Rogers, Harriet Evadna.
1923 "The Organization of the Territory of Arizona." M.A. Thesis in history. University of California, July 19, pp. I-X; 1-82. Maps. Illus. Bibliography.
U. S. Department of Interior - Geological Survey.
1922 "Water Supply Paper 490-D." Routes to desert watering places in the Papago County, Arizona, by Kirk Bryan. Washington, Gov't Printing Office.
Wharton, Reba G.
1912 "The Gadsden Treaty." M.A. Thesis in history. University of California. Bibliography. pp. 1-141.
Wyllys, Rufus Kay
1932 "The French in Sonora (1850-1859.)" The story of French adventures from California into Mexico. (University of California Publications in History, Vol. 21) Berkeley, California, University of California Press.



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