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Legislative History. Arizona 1864 - 1912. KELLY, GEO H. [COMPILED BY].

Legislative History. Arizona 1864 - 1912.


Other works by KELLY, GEO H. .

Publication: The Manufacturing Stationers, Inc, 1926, Phoenix

First edition. 8vo. Cloth, xiv [2], 399 pp., preface, illustrated, plates, portraits, ten folding maps, index. Recounts the legislative activity in the territory of Arizona from the creation of the territory in 1863 up to the time of its admission as a state in 1912. Material on John H. Behan, Philip Drachman, Samuel Drachman, Morris Goldwater, Richard F. Sloan, Judge Edmund Wells, Captain William H. Hardy, King S. Woolsey, George W. P. Hunt, Thomas Rynning, Cap Mossman, Tombstone, lawlessness in Southeastern Arizona along the border, the Territorial prison in Yuma, the Apache Wars, and much more. Six Guns 1217 says, "Rare." "Reprints of messages of the various governors of the territory and state, some containing reports on outlaws and lawlessness." Fine, tight copy without dust jacket, as issued.

Inventory Number: 29010