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Bonnie G. Colby; Katharine L. Jacobs (editors). Arizona Water Policy: Management Innovations in an Urbanizing, Arid Region. Resources for the Future. 2007. 247pp.

Odie B. Faulk. Arizona: A Short History. University of Oklahoma Press. 1970. 266pp.

Geta J. LeSeur. Not All Okies are White: The Lives of Black Cotton Pickers in Arizona. University of Missouri Press. 2000. 247pp.

Andrew Edward Masich. The Civil War in Arizona: The Story of the California Volunteers, 1861-1865. University of Oklahoma Press. 2006. 368pp.

Douglas C. McChristian. Fort Bowie, Arizona: Combat Post of the Southwest, 1858-1894. University of Oklahoma Press. 2006. 368pp.

Eric V. Meeks. Border Citizens: The Making of Indians, Mexicans, and Anglos in Arizona. University of Texas Press. 2007. 326pp.

Madeline Ferrin Paré. Arizona Pageant: A Short History of the 48th State. Arizona Historical Foundation. 1965. 336pp.

Beth Reingold. Representing Women: Sex, Gender, and Legislative Behavior in Arizona and California. UNC Press. 2000. 338pp.

Ruth M. Reinhold. Sky Pioneering: Arizona in Aviation History. University of Arizona Press. 1982. 232pp.

B. Sacks. Be It Enacted: The Creation of the Territory of Arizona. Arizona Historical Foundation. 1964. 200pp.

Thomas E. Sheridan. Arizona: A History. University of Arizona Press. 1995. 434pp.

Jay J. Wagoner. Early Arizona: Prehistory to Civil War. University of Arizona Press. 1975. 547pp.

Rufus Kay Wyllys. Arizona: The History of a Frontier State. Phoenix: Hobson & Herr. 1950. 408pp.

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