Free Ebooks & Articles about Arizona History
Across Arizona on the Southern Pacific Railroad (1882) by William Henry Bishop
Across Country with a Cavalry Column (1885) by R. F. Zogbaum
The Battle of Apache Pass (1862) by John Cremony (excerpt from Life Among the Apaches)
A Campaign Against the Apaches, 1885-86 by Lieutenant Marion P. Maus, First Infantry
The Casa Grande of Arizona by Cosmos Mindeleff
General Crook in the Indian Country by Capt. John G. Bourke, with illustrations by Frederic Remington
Life Among the Apaches by John Cremony
Notes of a military reconnaissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, including of Part the Arkansas, del Norte and Gila Rivers by Lieutenant W. H. Emory
Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora and Chihuahua, 1850-1853, Volume 1, by John Russell Bartlett.
Articles by Frederic Remington:
A Scout with the Buffalo Soldiers by Frederic Remington
Horses of the Plains (Illustrated) by Frederic Remington
Horses of the Plains (Not illustrated, text only)
Massai's Crooked Trail (Illustrated)
On the Indian Reservations, San Carlos, Arizona Territory, by Frederic Remington
An Outpost of Civilization by Frederic Remington tells of ranch life at the Hacienda San Jose de Bavicora
A Rodeo at Los Ojos written and illustrated by Frederic Remington
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Across Arizona on the Southern Pacific Railroad 446 KB