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Photographs of the Maricopa People by Daniel Boone
As a missionary, teacher, and photographer, Daniel Boone
Linderman documented the Pima and Maricopa during the
early 20th century. His photographs center on Native American ethnography,
particularly showcasing mission schools, group portraits of families and their
homes, and farming.
The Writing Life
The Arizona Authors Association collection includes several
years of the Arizona Literary Magazine, brochures for sponsored events, photos of
book signings, book festival booths, photos of members, and photos of literary
contest winners.
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The years 1859-1922 represent a time when Arizona
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