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Riding with the Duke: John Wayne in Arizona

Plants, Inspiring the People: Reflections on Hualapai Ethnobotanyof the Grand Canyon

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Father Kino: Journey to Discovery

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“A Man Would Be a Fool to Take a Chance on Me”: Violet M. Irving of Skull Valley Arizona, Iconic Arizona Woman

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Southwestern Rock Calendars and Ancient Time Pieces

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African American Pioneers of Arizona

Arizona Ghost Towns

Riding with the Duke: John Wayne in Arizona

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What Music Tells Us About the Brain

Arts and Culture of Ancient Southern Arizona Hohokam Indians

Two Six Shooters Beat Four Aces: The Lives of Men on the Arizona Frontier.

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Swing into History

The Harlem Renaissance: Literary Movement

The Soul in Mayan, Andean, and Judeo-Christian Mystical Thought: Climbing the Universal Tree of Life

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Swing Into History

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Arizona’s Historic Trading Posts

Honky Tonks, Brothels and Mining Camps: Entertainment in Old Arizona

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The New Deal in Arizona

Archaeology Café (Phoenix): From Data to Digital Humanities Content

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Ancient Native American Astronomical Practices

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What Music Tells Us About the Brain

All Hat and No Cattle: The Language of the American West

Ancient Native American Astronomical Practices

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The Explorations and Discoveries of George Bird Grinnell, The Father of Glacier National Park

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O’odham Traditional Game Demonstration

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A Pictorial History of Arizona from Prehistory to the Present

Tom Mix: King of the Cowboys

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Arizona’s Civilian Conservation Corps in Our National Parks and Forests

History Alive! The Explorations of George Bird Grinnell, The Father of Glacier National Park

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The GENIUS of Hip Hop

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“Armed with Our Language, We Went to War: The Navajo Code Talkers”

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O’odham Traditional Game Demonstration

Arizona Ghost Towns

Adventurous Spirits: Arizona’s Women Artists, 1900-1950

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Arts and Culture of Ancient Southern Arizona Hohokam Indians

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Ancient Landscapes of the American Southwest

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Tombstone, Arizona: The Town Too Tough to die

Archaeology Café (Tucson): Fire, Climate, and Society—Past, Present, and Future

History Alive! – Arizona’s Territorial Historian, Poet, and Activist Sharlot Hall

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Arizona Kicks on Route 66

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Adventurous Spirits: Arizona’s Women Artists, 1900-1950

Written in Thread: Arizona Women’s History preserved in their Quilts

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The Eagle and the Archaeologists: The Lindbergh’s 1929 Aerial Survey of Southwest Prehistoric Sites

Art of the Internment Camps: Culture Behind Barbed Wire

Echoes of Eden: The Garden as Symbol in Art, Music, and Literature

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