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ROSIE’S CENTENNIAL READING LIST

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  • The Lazy B by Sandra Day O’Connor
  • Hashknife Cowboy by Mack Hughes
  • Pioneer Hunters of the Rim by Myrtle Bransetter
  • Cavalcade of Arizona History by Marshall Trimble
  • On the Border with General Crook by John Bourke
  • Crossing Arizona by Leland Hanchett Jr.
  • Majestic Journey by Stewart Udall
  • Arizona Sheriffs by Jane Eppinga
  • These is My Words by Sarah Agnes Prine
  • Sharlot Hall by Margaret Maxwell
  • Scottsdale by Joan Fudala
  • Sedona by Lisa Schnebly
  • Filaree by Marguerite Noble
  • Arizona Rangers by Bill O’Neill
  • History of Gisela by Jayne Peace
  • Catch the Stage to Phoenix by Leland Hatchet Jr
  • Roll Away Saloon by Rider and Paulsen
  • Captivity of the Oatman Girls by R. B. Straten
  • The Sedona Story by Hoyt and Johnson
  • Karchner Caverns by Neil Miller
  • Death in The Canyon by Ghiglieri Myers
  • Another Mans Sombrero by Darryl Ankarlo
  • Dying to Cross by Jorge Ramos
  • Echoes of the Past, Tales of Old Yavapai, Vol 1 & 2 by Yavapai Cowbelles of Arizona
  • Cabeza de Vaca, a Penquin Classic
  • The Forgotten Founders by Stewart Udall
  • The History of Tonto by Punkin Center Homemakers
  • Zane Grey by Thomas Pauly
  • Landmark Buildings, Arizona Architectural Heritage by Patterson and Vinson
  • Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps by Varney
  • Dry River by Ken Lamberton

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