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ARIZONA'S ADMISSION TO STATEHOOD

ARCHA MALCOLM FARLOW
Annual Publication of the Historical Society of Southern California
Vol. 9, No. 1/2 (1912-1913), pp. 132-153
DOI: 10.2307/41168902
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41168902
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    Patrick Hamilton, Resources of Ari- zona, 21.
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    Id., 10.
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    Id., 25.
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    Id., 85.
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    Patrick Hamilton, Resources of Arizona, 15.
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    This reference contains 9 citations:
    • Church membership in Arizona in 1903: Protestant Episcopal, 1742;
    • Meth- odist Episcopal, 1142;
    • Fifth Avenue Christian, 200, Methodist Episcopal (S), 782;
    • Roman Catholic, 40,000;
    • Presbyterian, 2012;
    • Congregational, 334;
    • Baptist, 558;
    • Free Methodist, 50;
    • Arizona, 78 and 79, 1903.
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    Thomas Tonge, The Mineral Re- sources of Arizona, Engineering Magazine, Vol. XIII, 781.
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    B. F. Fernow (Ph. G., LL. D.), National Geographic Magazine, 8, 219.
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    Congressional Record, Vol. 38, Pt. 6, 5105 (1904).
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    Report of the Governor of Arizona to the Secretary of In- terior, 19, 1911.
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    Congressional Record, Vol. 38, Pt. 6, 5106 (1904).
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    J. P. Widney, The Californian, Vol. III, 124 (1881).
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    J. P. Widney, The Californian, III, 124.
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    J. W. Babcock, The Independent, Vol. LX, 606.
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    House Reports, 59th Congress, Miscellaneous. II, 2656.
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    R В Twitchell, "Leading Facts of New Mexican History," 646.
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    Dwight B. Heard, The Worm Tоdау, vol. X, 415.
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    P. L. Bradford, Struggle for Statehood, 122.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Nevada, 1870. 42,491;
    • Arizona, 1910, 204,354.
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    Ralph Emerson Twitchell in his "Leading Pacts of New Mexican His- tory," Vol. II, 575,
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    Congressional Record, 61st Congress, Vol. XIV, Pt. I, 702-714.
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    —Los Angeles Times, December 8, 1910.
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    Minutes of the Constitutional Convention of the Territory of Ari- zona, 1910.
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    Minutes of Constitutional Convention of Arizona, 210.
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    Report Governor of Arizona to Secretary of State, in 1910.
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    R. H. Cameron, miner and stockman. -Congressional Dictionary, 62nd Congress, 1st Session, May, 1911.
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    Congressional Record, 62d Congress, Vol. XL VII, Pt. 2, 1246.
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    Special Message of the President of the United States, Returning With- out Approval, House Joint Resolution No. 14.
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    Calendar No. 86, 62d Congress, Report 100, Pt. 2.
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    —Statutes of the United States of America, 1st Session, 62d Congress, 43.
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    Congressional Record, 62d Congress, 1st Session, Vol. XLVII, 4118-4141, and Vol. XLVIII, 4212-4242.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Mr. Smith thus received the short term expiring March 3, 1915,
    • Mr. Ashurst the long term, which will end March 3, 1917.