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  • Parades - Christmas

    December 12, 2013 Daily Courier article photograph with the announcement of the 2013 Annual Christmas Parade, Prescott Frontier Days, Inc.

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  • Publications - Frontier Times

    Articles copied from the following Frontier Times Publications: October 1923 Taming Apache Followers of Geronimo Arizona Indian Wars February 1924: Arizona's Canyon of Gold Still Being Sought May 1924: Early History of Arizona

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  • Utilities - Electricity

    Newspaper articles regarding the use of electricity in the late 1890's in Yavapai County. Article entitled "The History of Prescott Electric Company Steam Plant". Prescott Gas and Company Record of Electric Consumers, dated May 1, 1912. Sharlot Hall Museum Gazette Journal dated December 1990 article entitiled "Light up the Plaza! Electricity on the Arizona Frontier. "

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  • Gatewood, Charles

    Days Past article entitled Lt. Charles Gatewood - Forgotten defender of Indian Rights. Also includes article entitled " A Frontier Regiment in the Apache Wars" written by Major Roy L. Goodale, (USAF Ret.)

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  • Ranches & Ranching - Stories

    Newspaper articles regarding various ranching stories. Includes A Walnut Grove Christmas - Budge Ruffner Days Past articles The Cowboy Primer The "Real Onery, Man-eatingm Can't Be Rode Bronco" The Round Up Cook - Will C. Barnes Pioneer Cow Days in Arizona - Sharlot Hall List of sources and collateral reading The Yavapai Land - How it changed A Day at an Arizona Ranch Photographing the Cowboy as he disappears The Evolution of the Saddle The Evolution of a Cowhide - Charles H. Coe Critters & Characters - Jonathan E. Peek

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  • Poetry

    Copies of different poetry collections including "Arizona" ,"Hobo Miners and Others" by Joe R. Lazure, Poens by W. W. Bass, "Rymes of the Frontier" by "Texas Bob Heckle" , "Fenced Trails and other poems by Bruce Brockett", presented by Charles Franklin Parker, "Thoughts on Turning Seventy" by Bud Brown, 2002 "A Harvest of Poetry : An Anthology of Poems, by Young Poets in Prescott Unified School District". Newspaper articles regarding Arizona Poetry and article regarding Sharlot Hall, Poet Laureate

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  • Mines - Big Bug

    Newspaper articles regarding the Big Bug Mine located in Yavapai County. Also includes article written by Arizona Historian Jim Turner and Pioneer Newsman George H. Smalley entitled Christmas, Arizona Prospector Style and Christmas in Big Bug.

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  • Ghost Towns - Christmas

    Newspaper articles regarding the ghost town of Christmas, AZ.

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  • Military - Indian Fights

    Various articles regarding Indian Fights in Arizona. Includes the following titles: I Was There When the Old Fort Was Built by Ralph Murphy The Changes in the Duncan Organization The Freeman Fight in Skull Valley as told by Judge E. W. Wells Indian Killings by Sharlot Hall Apache Raids on Frontier Ranches and Mines by Viola Ransom Wood Memorable Indian Fights by West Coast Magazine, 1908 Excerpts from The Massacre of the Mountains by J. P. Dunn, M.S., L.L.B. The Battle of Big Dry Wash - Copy from the National Archives

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  • Frontier Days and Rodeo

    Newspaper and Arizona Highways regarding the first Frontier Days celebration in Prescott, Arizona on July 4th, 1864.

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  • Christmas 1864

    Newspaper articles, Prescott Woman Magazine article and KYCA radio transcript regarding Christmas on 1864 in Prescott..

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  • Heckle, Ingersoll

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 27 Oct 1969: Had been a resident of the Arizona Pioneer Home for 1 1/2 years. He was one of the oldest participant in Prescott's Frontier Days Rodeo. Funeral arrangements were pending at the Ruffner Funeral Home in Prescott.

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  • Brownlow, Gheral

    OBIT: served as a Yavapai County Supervisor of 16 years. Was one of the three who organized the annual courthouse Christmas lighting. Had lived in Arizona for 62 years, most of them were in Prescott.

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  • Clinchard, Florence R

    OBIT: Arizona Republic, 1 Apr 1965: Had been a teacher in Winkelman, Hayden, Humboldt and Christmas until her retirement in 1955. She had lived in the Sedona area since 1958. She was survived by a brother, Arthur Brandis of Flagstaff, two sisters, Mrs. Violet Adams of Flagstaff & Mrs. Viola Engblom of California. Body was shipped to the Flagstaff Mortuary for services and burial was in the Citizen's Cemetery in Flagstaff.

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  • Mann, Ivonn

    Had lived in Arizona for 11 years, previous residence was in California. COD: rupture of the left ventrible and interventricular septum due to acute myocardial infarction and marked coronary arteriosclerosis. Mt. View Crematory and Arizona Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home were in charge of the arangements. YCRR

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