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America's Buffalo Soldiers Re-Enactors Association (ABSRA) Details
Features 9th and 10th Cavalries and 24th and 25th Infantries history, events calendar, membership information, and more. Offers reenactors programs for at-risk youths.
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Ancient Arts Gallery Details
Dealer of pre-Columbian and antique American Indian art. Descriptions of the art type, information on E-Bay auctions, library and contact information.
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Arizona Archaeological Council Details
Voluntary association for the promotion of professional archaeology in Arizona: includes organizational activities, links, and articles.
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Arizona Archaeological Society Details
An independent, non-profit, state-wide volunteer organization aiming to foster interest and research in the archaeology of Arizona. Mission, activities, chapters, radio show and annual journal.
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Arizona History Traveler Details
Historical museums, heritage centers, and archaeological sites by region.
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Christ Church of the Ascension Anglican Details
Describes the church and its history, clergy, lay membership and service times; provides past sermons online, a newsletter and links to Episcopal resources.
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Ghost Town of the Month Details
Offering detailed maps, directions and history.
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Goldfield Ghost Town Details
Features a history of the 1890's ghost town, merchant list, attractions, events, tours and pricing information.
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Pleasant Valley War Details
A brief glimpse into the history of Arizona's notorious feud between the sheepherding Tewksburys and cattle raising Grahams.
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The Mexico/Arizona Biographical Database Details
The land that is now Arizona was once the northern frontier of Mexico. But what happened to the Mexican families that came here in the 19th century and started towns, farms, and businesses?
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