History of Arizona, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) by Thomas Edwin Farish, Paperback

History of Arizona, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) by Thomas Edwin Farish, Paperback

Excerpt from History of Arizona, Vol. 1Its history is in two parts: One, the story of a vanished race, who left behind them a record of achievement in cavate...

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ISBN-13:9781333681197
Publisher:FB&C Ltd
Publication date:07/10/2017
Pages:424
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)
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History of Arizona, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) by Thomas Edwin Farish

Excerpt from History of Arizona, Vol. 1

Its history is in two parts: One, the story of a vanished race, who left behind them a record of achievement in cavate dwellings, the ruins of pueblos, fortifications, abandoned irrigation canals, and hieroglyphics on the Painted Rocks, which, it is claimed, antedate the conquest of England by William the Conqueror, and record the activities of a civilized, cultivated and refined people, who converted the desert into gardens, causing its waste places to contribute to their comfort and happiness; scientists, for thirty or forty years, have been studying these records. The other, beginning with the Spanish explorers of the l6th century, and the successive governments under the Spanish, Mexican and American flags, is the narrative of the building up of a great prosperous commonwealth, the redemption of an empire from savagery to civilization.

This history, as it proceeds, will deal with historic facts in historic times, and the prehistoric records, the story of a lost race, revealed by modern scientists and archaeologists.

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