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  • Arizona Education(127 clicks)
  • Arizona Ghost Towns(131 clicks)
    About 50 towns
  • Arizona Historical Society(148 clicks)
    " The AHS is a non-profit state agency whose mission is to collect, preserve, interpret, and disseminate the history of Arizona, the Southwest, and northern Mexico as it pertains to Arizona. "
  • Arizona History(130 clicks)
    Lots of links.
  • Arizona Memory Project(151 clicks)
  • Arizona's Hidden Treasures(204 clicks)
  • Bisbee, Arizona(127 clicks)
    Mining town
  • Complete Guide to Arizona History(201 clicks)
    By periods
  • Cuentos de Nuestros Padres: Tucson's Hispanic Community(136 clicks)
    Hispanics have played a role in Tucson's history long before the gringos came.
  • Grand Canyon History(145 clicks)
    Plus nearby sites
  • Images of Binghampton(125 clicks)
  • Lake Havasu and London Bridge(180 clicks)
  • Mohave Museum of History and Art(152 clicks)
    "The Mohave Museum of History and Arts is dedicated to the purposes of preserving the heritage of Northwestern Arizona and of presenting that history to the public."
  • The Bisbee Deportation of 1917(156 clicks)
    "The Bisbee Deportation of 1917 was an event specific to Arizona that influenced the labor movement throughout the United States. What started as a labor dispute between copper mining companies and their workers turned into vigilante action against the allegedly nefarious activities of the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). This site is a research-based collection of primary and secondary sources for the study of the deportation of over 1,000 striking miners from Bisbee on 12 July, 1917."
  • The Bisbee Deportation of 1917(127 clicks)
    The mass deportation of Bisbee?s striking miners in 1917
  • The Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum(125 clicks)
    Copper mining in Arizona.
  • The Story of Hoover Dam(144 clicks)
    The Department of Interior provides this site.
  • Tombstone Arizona(137 clicks)
    History of the town and material on Earp, Holliday, and Ringo
  • War Relocation Authority Camps in Arizona, 1942-1946(145 clicks)
    Concentration camps for Japanese Americans during WWII
  • Yuma County Arizona(143 clicks)
    Short history