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Through Our Parents' Eyes: History & Culture of Southern Arizona brings to the Web the history, culture and experiences of the many peoples who live in this vibrant region. Through the use of digital histories presented as images, text, audio, and video, Southern Arizona's history and culture is available to anyone with access to the Internet. Visit our many collections and tell your family, friends and neighbors.

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Join Tallia Cahoon on a tour of the ghost town of Ruby, Arizona. Tallia grew up in Ruby during the mining town's heyday. She shares tales and history of the mine, the school house, the jail and more. Presented in partnership with Pima Community College's Community Education Series.

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Curriculum modules mapped to the Arizona Department of Education's Standards-Based Teaching and Learning
Digital Stories
Subject Guide
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Our Communities Regional Histories Teaching Resources Research Materials
African American
Chinese American
Jewish Pioneers
Mexican American
Native American
People & Places
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War Relocation Authority Camps in Arizona, 1942 - 1946
Josias Joesler: An Architectural Eclectic
Trek Of The Seven Sisters
E-Company Marines Remembered
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Words & Place: Native Literature of the American SW
Cowboy Songs and Singers: Of Lifeways and Legends
Arizona Illustrated Segments Featuring Big Jim Griffith
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Old Pascua Photographs
Mexican Homesteaders in the San Pedro River
Journal of Arizona History articles
Books and Articles
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