TALES FROM THE ARIZONA FRONTIER TOLD BY THE MEN WHO LIVED THEM.
Taken from the interviews conducted by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in Arizona during the Great Depression, this Western history offers more than facts, figures and stilted portraits of history. this glimpse into Western frontier lifestyles portrays history from the perspective of those who lived it. From outlaws and lawmen, miners and prospectors, cowboys, sherperds, and those who came to the state for its mineral wealth, the stories and descriptions offered by these Arizona pioneers become a powerful tapestry of adventure and of men’s dreams.
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