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The Arizona Historical Society (Southern Arizona Division)
The AHS is a non-profit state agency whose mission is to collect, preserve, interpret, and disseminate the history of Arizona, the Southwest, and northern Mexico as it pertains to Arizona.
The Arizona Historical Society (Central Arizona Division)

Arizona Historical Society Museum in Papago Park

Arizona State Library- History and Archives Division

The Arizona History and Archives Division identifies, collects, preserves and provides access to the historical manuscripts, government records, books and photographs of Arizona and its peoples.
The Sharlot Hall Museum
The Sharlot Hall Museum is dedicated to providing educational adventures in human and natural history.
Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum
Devoted to the preservation of America's Old West frontier heritage.
Mohave Museum of History and Arts
Presenting the History of Northwest Arizona in Words and Photographs.
Arizona Highways Online
Arizona's award winning Magazine containing photos and stories of Arizona
Arizona State Parks
Information about the nine Arizona State Parks located throughout the State

Arizona History, Legend and Lore

The Legend of the Lost Dutchman's Gold
The Dutchman wasn't lost, but many others have been, searching for his gold in the Superstition Mountains.
Ghost Towns of Arizona
Visit the towns that were, but are no more - or are they?
Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders
Many of the Rough Riders were from Arizona
Southwest Explorations
Learn about Early explorations through Arizona nad the Southwest
Arizona Apache Wars
Treatise on the Apache Wars in Arizona.
East Central Arizona History--Paul Machula
The Old West lives on here in the land of the San Carlos Apaches in the region surrounding the great Pinal Mountains. A must read!
History - Tempe, Arizona
Historical cyber-tour of Tempe.
Tombstone - The Movie
Site dedicated to the movie Tombstone. Nice site with pics, clips and more.
The Tombstone Epitaph Online
Online edition of the newspaper from "The Town Too Tough To Die"
State of Arizona WWW
Through this link, you can access Arizona's Executive Branch of Government, the New Arizona Legislative Information System(ALIS) and a host of other interesting and helpful sites.

Arizona People & Culture

The Apache Language
A simplified description of the Apache Language.
Arizona Factsheet
Here's where you'll find general information about Arizona, from stats about the Grand Canyon to the answer to the question, "do people really eat rattlesnakes?"
Arizona Native Americans
Info on native languages & artwork.
Dlö' Binant'a':Leader of the Birds
Apache animal tale, in Apache & English. This story is about a time when birds were still like people.
San Carlos Apache Cultural Center
The San Carlos Apache Cultural Center provides, for the first time, an opportunity for the Tribe to tell its own history from the perspective of the San Carlos Apache People.
San Carlos Apaches
Info and links to contemporary Apache Reservations.
Southwestern Archaeology - Arizona
Links to archealogical info about AZ.

Natural Resources & the Economy

Arizona Data
Weather & climate forecasts from NOAA.
Arizona - Sonora Desert Museum
A world renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place.
Arizona Highways Online
Since it was first published in 1925, Arizona Highways magazine has become known around the world for its superb writing and dramatic photographs of Arizona's natural wonders.
Arizona Highways Wildlife Portfolio
Photo gallery of Arizona wildlife & habitat information.
Arizona/Mexico Border Ports Trade Data
Trade figures for top 25 items by SITC code along Arizona/Mexico border.
Surfing the Arizona Sunsets
Links to Arizona-related photo galleries.
USGS - Water Resources of Arizona
The Arizona District offices of the USGS collect basic data and conduct interpretive investigations of Arizona's water resources.
Arizona River History Bibliography
A comprehensive database of citations related to Arizona's rivers and riparian areas.
Virtual Tours of the Grand Canyon & Sedona
Arizona Highways' Quick Time VR tours of the Desert.
The Unofficial Grand Canyon Explorer and the Official Grand Canyon Home Pages
No trip to Arizona is complete without seeing the Grand Canyon
Water Resources Research Center
U of AZ research center offering technical and lay info on water management.

Other Links

Historical Society of New Mexico
Our Co-Sponsor for the 2002 New Mexico -Arizona Joint Convention Convention
Texas State Historical Association