History of Arizona, Količina 6
Filmer brothers electrotype Company, 1918
History of Arizona beginning with the Spanish explorations, connection with the Santa Fe Trail, transition of control from Mexico to United States, American-Indian relations, settlement, and statehood.
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acres adobe Alsap Apache appointed Arizona became born brought building built California called Camp Canal Charles citizens City claim coming Company completed County crops District Ditch Duppa early east elected erected established farm farmers feet five Florence flour four George Gila give given grain ground Hancock head held Hellings horses hundred Indians interested James John Judge killed known land later lived located looked lots March Maricopa Maricopa County Mexican miles mill Miner mining months mountains never opened party passed Phoenix Pima pioneer planted Prescott present raised ranch reached resident road Salt River Valley seemed settled settlement settlers side Smith sold soon started Street Swilling taken Territory thousand tion took town townsite trees Tucson Washington Wickenburg
Stran 230 - Oklahoma shall be entitled to receive any portion of the public school moneys as compensation for services unless such teacher shall have complied with the provisions of this act.
Stran 8 - ... well fenced with willows, they had been scratched a little with rude plows, and already (March 9) they were green with the fast-springing wheat and barley. In addition, they raise corn, beans, melons, etc., and have horses and cattle in considerable numbers. One drove of their livestock, over 2,000 head, passed down the road just ahead of us, subsequently when en route to Tucson, and we were told they had many more. The year before these Indians had raised and sold a surplus of wheat and corn,...
Stran 8 - ... how they have abandoned a vagabond condition and settled down to regular farming and grazing. They have constructed great acequias up and down the Gila, and by means of these take out and carry water for irrigating purposes over thousands of acres of as fine land as anybody owns. Their fields were well fenced with willows, they had been scratched a little with rude plows, and already (March 9) they were green with the fast-springing wheat and barley. In addition, they raise corn, beans, melons,...
Stran 125 - River to its intersection with the twenty-third degree of west longitude ; thence due north across Salt Fork and Prairie Dog River, and thence following that river to the place of beginning ; be, and the same is hereby, created into a county to be known by the name and style of the county of Greer.
Stran 230 - FISCAL YEAR The fiscal year of the Corporation shall begin on the first day of January and end on the last day of December in each year.
Stran 176 - ... to the persons entitled to the same, according to their respective interests, the lots, blocks or grounds to which each occupant thereof shall be entitled under the provisions of said act.
Stran 170 - This is a smart town which had its first house completed about a year ago. Now it contains many houses, also stores, work shops, hotels, butcher shop, bakery, courthouse, jail, and an excellent school which has been in operation for months. Lately hundreds of ornamental trees have been set out which in a few years will give the town the appearance of a forest city and will add to its beauty and comfort.
Stran 125 - Officers shall hold their respective offices until their successors shall be duly elected and installed.
Stran 106 - He is an independent voter and is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at Bloomfield.
Stran 65 - ... and all nature seems hushed into death-like stillness. Day after day, year after year, century after century, slumbers the man up there on the height, and life and vegetation sleep on the arid plains below — a slumber never disturbed — a sleep never broken ; for the battle-cry of Yuma, Pimo, and Maricopa that once rang at the foot of the mountain, did not reach Montezuma's ear; and the...