Coming February 2011:
A non-fiction history of east-central Arizona inspired by Michener's classic novel Centennial,
To be available during Arizona's own 100-year anniversary.
Story of the American West
Told through the lives of Apaches, Mountain Men, Hispanics, Soldiers, Mormons, Cowboys, Blacks, Outlaws and Others Who Struggled in the White Mountains, One of the Last Untamed Regions of the West.

As Published in Book

The American Heritage Book of Great Adventures of the Old West
American Indians of the Southwest, Bertha P. Dutton
Among the Apaches, Frederick Schwatka
An Apache Odyssey: Indeh, Eve Ball
Anasazi, Ancient People of the Rock, David Duench and Donald G. Pike
Ancestral Hopi Migrations, Patrick D. Lyons
Ancient Ruins of the Southwest, David Grant Noble
Anza and the Northwest Frontier, J.N. Bowman and R.F. Heizer
Apache Agent, the Biography of John P. Clum, Woodworth Clum
The Apache Diaries, A Father and Son Journey, Grenville and Neil Goodwin
Apache Indian Baskets, Clara Lee Tanner
The Apache Indians, In Search of the Missing Tribe, Helge Ingstad
Apache Indians, Raiders of the Southwest, Sonia Bleeker
Apache Indian Scouts, H.B. Wharfield
The Apache Kid, William Sparks
Apache Navaho and Spaniard, Jack D. Forbes
Apache Odyssey, A Journey Between Two Worlds, Morris Opler
Apache Reservation, Richard J. Perry
The Archaeology of Arizona, Paul S. Martin and Fred Plog
Arizona as it Was, Hiram C. Hodge
Arizona Memories, edited by Anne Hodges and Rennard Strickland
Arizona Place Names, Will C. Barnes
The Arizona Rangers, Bill O’Neal.
Arizona Was the West, James R. Jennings
Arizona, A Cavalcade of History, Marshall Trimble
Arizona, a State Guide, Works Progress Administration
Arizona’s Dark and Bloody Ground, Earl Forrest.
Arizona’s Honeymoon Trail, Norma Baldwin Ricketts
Arizoniana, Stories from Old Arizona, Marshall Trimble
The Basket Weavers of Arizona, Bert Robinson
Before the Dawn, Nicholas Wade
The Biographical Album of Western Gunfighters, Ed Bartholomew
Black Jack Ketchum: Last of the Hold-Up Kings, Ed Bartholomew.
Bleed, Blister, and Purge, Volney Steele
Book of the Hopi, Frank Waters
The Book of the Navajo, Raymond Friday Locke
The Buffalo Soldiers, William H. Leckie
Butch Cassidy: A Biography, Richard Patterson
Canyon Country Prehistoric Indians, F.A. Barnes and Michaelene Pendleton
Cap Mossman, Last of The Great Cowmen, Frazier Hunt
The CCC in Arizona’s Rim Country, Robert J. Moore
Changing Woman of the Apache, Sydele Golston.
Concho, The Enchanted Pearl, E.M. DeGlane
Cooley: Army Scout, Arizona Pioneer, Wayside Host, Col. H.B. Wharfield.
Coronado, Knight of Pueblos and Plains, Herbert E. Bolton
The Crooked Trail to Holbrook, Leland J. Hanchett, Jr.
Cycles of Conquest, Edward H. Spicer
The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke, Edited by Charles M. Robinson III
Dictionary of Prehistoric Indian Artifacts, Franklin Barnett
Digging into History, Paul S. Martin
Don’t Let the Sun Step Over You, Eva Tulene Watt
Down Through Arizona
Early Western Travels, 1748-1846, Edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites
Edward F. Beale & the American West, Gerald Thompson
Elijah was a Valiant Man, Arvin Palmer
Emma Lee, Juanita Brooks
Encyclopedia History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Firm as the Mountains, a Review of the Early Mormon Settlement
The First Hundred Years of Nino Cochise, As told to A. Kinney Griffith
Francois X. Aubry, Trader, Trailmaker and Voyager, Donald Chaput
The Freight Rolled, James R. Jennings
From Indian Trails to Jet Trails, Snowflake’s Centennial, Albert J. Levine
A Gallery of Western Badmen, William Waters
General George Crook, His Autobiography, Edited by Martin F. Schmitt
Geologic Highway Map of Arizona, Arizona Geological Survey
Geology of Arizona, Dale Nations and Edmund Stump
George Scarborough, Life and Death of a Lawman, Robert K. DeArment
Geronimo and the End of the Indian Wars, C. L. Sonnichsen
Geronimo!, E.M. Halliday
Geronimo: His Own Story, S.M. Barrett and Frederick Turner
The Ghost Dance, James Mooney
Gold and Silver in the West, T. H. Watkins
Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Frederick Webb Hodge
Handbook of North American Indians, Smithsonian
Handcarts to Zion, LeRoy R. Hafen and Ann W. Hafen
Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Francis H. Harlow
Historical Atlas of Arizona, Henry P. Walker and Don Bufkin
Historical Atlas of the Outlaw West, Richard Patterson
Historical Atlas of the United States, National Geographic Society
History of Arizona, Thomas Edwin Farish
A History of the St. Johns Arizona Stake, C. LeRoy & Mabel R. Wilhelm
Homol’ovi: A Cultural Crossroads, William H. Walker
Hoofprints on Forest Range, Paul H. Roberts
The Impact of the Frontier on a Jewish Family, Floyd S. Fierman
In the Great Apache Forest: The Story of a Lone Boy Scout, James Schulz
In the Trail of the Wind, American Indian Poems, edited by John Bierhorst
Indian Land Cessions in the United States, Charles C. Royce
The Indian Races of North and South America, Charles De Wolf Brownell
James Madison Flake, Pioneer, Leader, Missionary, S. Eugene Flake
Journal of Jesse N. Smith
The Journey of Coronado, Pedro Castanada
Kit Carson’s Autobiography, edited by Milo Milton Quaife
The Land Looks After Us, Joel W. Martin
Landscapes of Arizona, Terah L. Smiley, J. Dale Nations, et. al.
Life of Tom Horn, Government Scout and Interpreter, Tom Horn
Like A Brother, Grenville Goodwin’s Apache Years, Neil Goodwin
Lost Bonanzas, Harry Sinclair Drago
Lost Mines of the Great Southwest, John D. Mitchell
Man and Wildlife in Arizona: The American Exploration, Goode P. Davis
Man Corn, Christy G. Turner II and Jacqueline Turner
Memories of Fred Lindsay Adams, Fred Adams
Memories of McNary, edited by Martha McNary Chilcote
Mickey Free, Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout, Allan Radbourne with research by Joyce L. Jauch.
Mixed-Bloods, Apaches, and Cattle Barons, Thomas R. McGuire
Mogollon Culture in the Forestdale Valley, Emil W. Haury
Mormon Polygamous Families, Jessie L. Embry
Mormon Polygamy, a History, Richard S. Van Wagoner
The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West, LeRoy R. Hafen
My Life as an Indian, James Schulz
Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache, Grenville Goodwin
The Navaho, Clyde Kluckhorn and Dorothea Leighton
The New Deal in Arizona, William S. Collins
The New Deal in the Southwest, Peter Bermingham
New Keys to Reading Apache, White Mountain Apache Culture Center
North American Indian, Edward S. Curtis
O.K. Corral Postscript: The Death of Ike Clanton, Rita K. W. Ackerman
On the Border with Crook, John Gregory Bourke
On the Road to Nowhere, Karen Miller Applewhite
Once They Moved Like the Wind, David Roberts
Origin and Development of the Pueblo Katsina Cult, E. Charles Adams
The Outlaw Trail: History of Butch Cassidy, Charles Kelly
Outlawry and Justice in Arizona, Sunnyside High School, Tucson
The Ox-Bow Incident, Walter Van Tilburg Clark
Pages from Hopi History, Harry C. James
The People Called Apache, Thomas Mails
Personal Narrative of Explorations, John Russell Bartlett
Personal Narrative of James O. Pattie, James Ohio Pattie
Plumed Snake Dance, James Schulz
Prehistoric Indians of the Southwest, H. M. Wormington
Prehistoric Textiles of the Southwest, Kate Peck Kent
Prehistory of the Southwest, Linda S. Cordell
Primitive Drinking, Chandler Washburne
Questers of the Desert, James Schulz
Recollections of a Western Ranchman, William French
Saints and Savages, Helen Bay Gibbons
Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold
The Scouts, Time-Life Books, Keith Wheeler
The Show Low Arizona Stake, A Compilation
The Slaughter Ranches and Their Makers, Mary Whatley Clarke
Snake-Dance of the Moquis, John Bourke
The Soldiers, Time-Life Books, David Nevin
A Son of the Navahos, James Schulz
Southwestern Archaeology, John C. McGregor
The Spanish Borderland Frontier 1513-1821, John Francis Bannon
Spanish-Americans of New Mexico, Nancie L. Gonzalez
Stalking the Past, Prehistory of the Petrified Forest, Anne Trinkle Jones
Studies in Southwestern Ethnolinguistics, Dell H. Hymes, William E. Bittle
Survival of the Spirit, Chiricahua Apaches, H. Henrietta Stockel
Take Up Your Mission, Charles S. Peterson
Taylor’s Centennial Stories 1878-1978
That Hashknife Kid, Clarence W. Durham
The Arizona Sheriff, Major Grover F. Sexton
They Never Surrendered, Bronco Apaches, Douglas V. Meed
This is My Life, James G. McNary
This Land These Voices, Abe Chanin
Through Indian Country to California, John P. Sherburne’s Diary, Gordon
Timeless Heritage: A History of the Forest Service in the Southwest
To the Inland Empire: Coronado, Stewart L. Udall
Top O’ The Pines, Gene Luptak
Treasures of Pioneer History, Kate B. Carter
A Tribute to the Lakeside Pioneers, Published by Karen LaDuke
Vanished Arizona, Martha Summerhayes
Walter Reed, Doctor in Uniform, L.N. Wood
Warrior Woman, the Story of Lozen, Peter Aleshire
Western Apache Heritage, Richard John Perry
Western Apache Language and Culture, Keith H. Basso
Western Apache Material Culture, Alan Ferg
Western Apache Witchcraft, Keith Basso
The Western Apache, Winfred Buskirk
William J. Flake, Pioneer - Colonizer, Osmer D Flake
Wisdom Sits in Places, Keith H. Basso
With the Invader: Glimpses of the Southwest, Edward Roberts
Women of the Apache Nation, H. Henrietta Stockel
The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft
Wyatt Earp - The Untold Story, Ed Bartholomew
Zane Grey - A Biography, Frank Gruber
Zane Grey’s Arizona, Candace C. Kant
A Zuni Atlas, T.J. Ferguson and F. Richard Hart
Zuni Origins, David A. Gregory and David R. Wilcox
These volumes by Zane Grey: Arizona Ames, The Dude Ranger, The Hash Knife Outfit, Man of the Forest, Nevada, To the Last Man, Under the Tonto Rim and the short story “The Wolf Tracker.”
These volumes by Edgar Rice Burroughs: Apache Devil, The War Chief, A Princess of Mars, The Gods of Mars and The Warlord of Mars.
The archives of the Bureau of Land Management, the National Register of Historic Places and the Sharlot Hall and Show Low museums.
These periodicals: National Geographic, Albuquerque Democrat, Albuquerque Sunday Herald, American Anthropologist, American Antiquity, American West, Apache Chief, Apache Critic, Apache Review, Arizona and the West, Arizona Citizen, Arizona Highways, Arizona Historical Review, Arizona Republic, Arizona Silver Belt, Century Magazine, Chicago Natural History Museum Bulletin, Deseret News, Falcon, Florence Enterprise, Forever Frontier, Holbrook Argus, Journal of Anthropological Research, Journal of Arizona History, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Journal of the Southwest, Los Angeles Times, New Mexico Historical Review, New York Times, Orion Era, Phoenix Gazette, Pioneer News, Plateau, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Socorro Bulletin, Southern Vineyard, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, St. Johns Herald, The Kiva, Smoke Signal, Snowflake Herald, Time, The Way of St. Francis, Weekly Arizona Miner, White Mountain Independent and Yuma Sentinel.
Two papers by Kent Lightfoot: An Archaeological Survey of Nicks Camp ..., and Mormon Sociopolitical Development in Northern Arizona...
Native American Mitochondrial DNA Haplogroups, Kaestle and Smith
The Central Siberian Origin for Native American Y Chromosomes, American Society of Human Genetics, Fabricio R. Santos and others
Multidisciplinary Research at Grasshopper Pueblo Arizona, Longacre
The Behavioral and Archaeological Contexts of NA14,803
Western Apache Dwellings, Bruce R. Donaldson
Will Croft Barnes and the Apache Uprising of 1881, Paul J. Scheips
Videos produced by Richard Lynch and the Little House Museum.
Manuscripts: Background History of the Lakeside-Pinetop Area, Ben S. Hansen; History of Holbrook and the Little Colorado Country, Harold C. Wayte Jr.; History of the Woolford and Hall Families, Jacqueline Woolford Solomon; Adair, Arizona -- A Brief History, Kay L. Read; John Smith Harris in Arizona, John V. Wilhelm.
Oral history: Atella Haws, Martha McNary Chilcote, Mary Riley, Edgar Perry, Lewis Peterson, Marion Elizabeth Menhennet, Grace Carlisle.

Online Additions to the Bibliography

Essays and Manuscripts
Juan Bautista de Anza in Sonora by Alfred B. Thomas
Various papers by William B. Kessel
A Scarlet Fever Epidemic, 1914, author unknown
Brief History of Hubert Burk in Alpine, author unknown
Coronado manuscript, Arizona Historical Society
Description of the Old Rock House, author unknown
Mary Serena Davis, author unknown
My Mother, Anna Christina Hansen, Sanford Warren Jaques
Round Valley as it Was, 1870-1876, Jack A. Becker
The Early History of Pinetop, author unknown
The Life of Delbert L. Penrod, author unknown
A Development Assessment for the Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark Site
Memories of Emma Mylisa Hansen Adams

22nd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Lectures and Talks
Ramon Riley, White Mountain Apache Cultural Center director

Pamphlets and Brochures
A brochure from the Lyman Land Company, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles
A Guide to the Geology of the White Mountains and the Springerville Volcanic Field, Arizona Geographical Society
Apache County Arizona U.S.A. The Banner Co. of the Greatest State of the Most Glorious Nation on Earth, E. Armijo, Commissioner of Immigration, St. Johns, Ariz. Southwest Museum, Los Angeles
Apache Playing Cards, Virginia Wayland, a leaflet from the Southwest Museum, Los Angeles
Fort Apache - Indian Country, Dr. Joe Nickolas
Fort Apache Historic Park Visitors Guide
Homesteading in Arizona 1870-1942, Arizona State Parks
Irrigation in Arizona, pamphlet circa 1915, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles
Navajo County, Arizona, and its Resources, 1910 Pamphlet, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles
Petrified Forest brochure
Visitor Guide to Kinishba
White Mountain Health Resort of Northern Arizona, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles

Arizona Apache Wars
Southwest Explorations.

Selected Chapters
Copyright Carol Sletten and Eric Kramer 2010