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THE WORKS HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT VOLUME xvn HISTORY OF ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO 158»-1888 SAK FBANCISCX) THE HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLISHERS 1889 S5l AUG I 9 '52 Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 18S0, bj HUBERT H. For several reasons, the history of Arizona and New Mexico, particularly in the early times, is not surpassed in interest by that of any portion of the Pacific United States, or perhaps of the whole republic. Albnrqaerque Academy, Annual Reports, 1879-80 et seq. Alcedo (Antonio), Diccionario Geoeiifico Histdrico.

in the list of authorities prefixed, in the fine-print appendix to the first chapter, and in the notes scattered profusely throughout the work. Origin of the name Arisona— Territorial Organiwtion— A Migratiag Qtvemment — At Navajo Spring— ^Governor Goodwin and Congre M^ man Poeton — First Legialature— Seala — Politioal Affiurs — Rulers— The Capital Question— Prescott verras Tucson— Original Oountiee— Map— Boundary Diq^te at Tuma— Statistics of Population— Immi« gration— Mormons— Powell's Exploration of the Colorado— Wheel- er's Surveys — ^Floods and Earthquakes— lists of Federal and Terri- torial Officers — Members of Council and Assembly— B^sum6 of Legislative Proceedings 020 CHAPTER XXII.

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