Recollections of my Army Life by Martha Summerhayes (1908)

8 New County History Titles are Searchable

Our American County History expansion work is going strong. This month we have eight more volumes online with full-text search available. These new titles are from Arizona, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Texas.

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  • ArizonaHistory of Arizona Territory Showing its Resources and Advantages; with Illustrations Descriptive of its Scenery, Residences, Farms, Mines, Mills, Hotels, Business Houses, Schools, Churches, etc… from Original Drawings [Browse]
  • ArizonaVanished Arizona: Recollections of my Army Life by Martha Summerhayes [Browse]
  • Arizona Preliminary Account of an Expedition to the Cliff Villages of the Red Rock Country, and the Tusayan Ruins of Sikyatki and Awatobi Arizona, in 1895 [Browse]
  • ArizonaMormon Settlement in Arizona: A Record of Peaceful Conquest of the Desert [Browse]
  • Arkansas A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region: Comprising a Condensed General History, a Brief Descriptive History of Each County, and Numerous Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens of Such Counties [Browse]
  • New MexicoA Handbook of the Resources, Products, Industries and Climate of New Mexico [Browse]
  • New MexicoThe Spanish Archives of New Mexico – Volume One [Browse]
  • TexasHistory of Texas – Volume 2 [Browse]

The full-text search capability of the American County Histories database permits the student/researcher to explore all the publications of a particular county by using a single query. In addition, those wishing to read or browse the text on a page by page basis may do so in the original format merely by scrolling down the screen and then continuing to the next chapter.
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