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BIBLIOGRAPHY


GENERAL WORKS

Bancroft, Herbert Howe.
1888 "History of Arizona and New Mexico, 1530-1888." Vol. XII of the works. San Francisco, The History Company.
1884 "History ofthe North Mexican States and Texas, 1531-1884." Volumes XV and XVI of his works. San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft & Company.
Chapman, Charles E.
1921 "A History of California: The Spanish Period." New York, the MacMillan Company. pp. I-X; Has a bibliographical essay in the appendix.
Coy, Owen Cochran.
1931 "The Great Trek." Of the series California, edited by John Russell McCarthy. San Francisco, Powell Publishing Company. With maps and a full bibliography. Illus. pp. 1-349.
DeLong, Sidney R.
1905 "The History of Arizona from the Earliest Times Known to the People of Europe to 1903." San Francisco, The Whitaker & Ray Company.
Elliott & Company.
1884 "History of Arizona Territory." Showing its resources and advantages; with illustrations. San Francisco, Wallace W. Elliott & Co., pp. 1-323.
Farish, Thomas Edwin.
1915 "History of Arizona." 4 Vols. Illus. Phoenix, Arizona, privately published.
Forrest, Earle Robert.
1929 "Missions and Pueblos of the old Southwest, their Myths, Legends, Fiestas and Ceremonies, with some accounts of the Indian Tribes and their Dances; and the Penitentes." Cleveland, U.S.A., The Arthur H. Clark Company.
Hallenbeck, Cleve.
1926 "Spanish Missions of the Old Southwest." With 119 half-tone and 11 line illustrations. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page & Company.
Hamilton, Parrick.
1883 "The Resources of Arizona." A description of its mineral, farming, grazing and timber lands; its rivers, mountains, valleys, and plains; its cities, towns and mining camps; its climate and productions; with brief sketches of its early history, pre-historic ruins, Indian tribes, Spanish Missions, etc. Second enlarged edition. Compiled under authority of the Legislature. A. L. Bancroft, printers, San Francisco.
Hinton, Richard J.
1878 "The Hand-book to Arizona." Its resources, towns, history, mines, ruins and scenery. Amply illustrated. Accompanied with a map of the territory. San Francisco, Payot, Upham & Co., New York, American News Company. pp. 1-431. Appendix I-CI.
Hodge, Frederick Webb.
1907-1910 "Hand-book of American Indians North of Mexico." In two parts. Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 30. Washington, Gov't. Printing Office.
Hodge, Hiram C.
1877 "Arizona as it is; or the Coming Country." Compiled from notes of travel during the years 1874, 1875, and 1876. Illustrated with frontispiece of overland mail coach. New York, Hard and Houghton. pp. 1-274.
James, George Wharton.
1917 "Arizona, the Wonderland." Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company. Illus. pp. I-XXIV; 1-478.
Lockwood, Frank C.
1932 "Pioneer Days in Arizona, from the Spanish Occupation to Statehood." New York, The MacMillan Company.
Lumholtz, Carl.
1912 "New Trails in Mexico. " An account of one year's explorations in northwestern Sonora, Mexico and southwestern Arizona, 1909-1910. With numerous illustrations and two maps. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons.
McClintock, James H.
1916 "Arizona, Prehistoric, Aboriginal, Pioneer, Modern. The Nation's Youngest Commonwealth within a Land of Ancient Culture." Chicago, The S. F. Clarke Publishing Co. 3 Vols. Maps. Illus.
Robinson, Will H.
1919 "The Story of Arizona." Phoenix, Arizona, The Berryhill Company. Illus. pp. 1-458.
Saunders, Charles Francis.
1924 "Finding the Worth While in the Southwest." New York, Robert McBride & Company.



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