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The Ballad of Arizona: Our First Hundred Years – Kingman
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Music’s Healing Power – Rio Verde

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Swing Into History – Apache Junction

Ghost Towns of the Second World War: Arizona’s Historic Military Sites – Florence

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The Long Walk of the Navajo People – Sun Lakes

The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa – Parker

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A Story, A Story: African and African American Oral Tradition and Storytelling – Lake Havasu

Plants, Inspiring the People: Reflections on Hualapai Ethnobotany of the Grand Canyon – Prescott

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By the Time They Came to Phoenix: African American Cotton Pickers in Arizona – Casa Grande

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Arizona Songbirds: the life stories of Marty Robbins and Linda Ronstadt – Chandler

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Swing into History – Sun Lakes

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Growing Up Chicana in Morenci, Arizona – Sedona

Use of Meteorites Among Native American Cultures – Sedona

Written in Thread: Arizona Women’s History Preserved in their Quilts – Glendale

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Cowboys and Cowgirls: Icons of the American West – Surprise

The Mighty Colorado River: From its Sources to the Sea – Yuma

Tom Mix: King of the Cowboys – Lake Havasu City

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Lee Wee Kwon, Chinese Grocer in Tucson, 1917-1965 – Prescott Valley

Swing into History – Prescott

Sheep Ranchers and Herders of Arizona – Springerville

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The Ballad of Arizona: Our First Hundred Years – Tucson

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Arizona Songbirds: The life stories of Marty Robbins and Linda Ronstadt – Bullhead City

The Long Walk of the Navajo People 1864-1868 – Cottonwood

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Instruments and Music of Arizona Pioneers – Cottonwood

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Art of the Internment Camps: Culture Behind Barbed Wire – Kingman

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