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 Author:  Day familyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Day Family Collection, 1858-1977 (bulk 1870-1940). ead 
 Date(s):  1858-1977 (bulk 1870-1940). 
 Abstract:  The Day Family were anglo Indian traders, on the Navajo Reservation in eastern Arizona. The collection includes the personal and business papers of Sam Day, Sr. (1845-1925) surveyor, Indian trader, legislator and United States Indian Commissioner; Anna Day, Sam Sr.'s wife (1872-1932); and of their children, Charles L. Day (1879-1918), Samuel Day, Jr. (1889-1944), United States deputy Marshall. The collection includes information on Navajo culture, stories and legends; the looting of Canyon del Muerta, and the Frank Dugan murder. The collection also contains 91 photographs depicting trading posts and eastern Arizona scenes. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Frontier and pioneer life--Arizona (Territory) | Indian traders. | Navajo Indians--Economic conditions. | Navajo Indians--Politics and government. | Tourism--Arizona. 
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 Author:  Arizona Daughters of the Utah PioneersRequires cookie*
 Title:  Northern Arizona Mormon Pioneers Collection, 1735-2001. ead 
 Date(s):  1735-2001. 
 Abstract:  The Arizona Mormon Pioneer Collection introduces researchers to the family histories of many original settlers in northern Arizona. Eighteen hundred and seventy-six marked the year that the first permanent Mormon settlements appeared in northern Arizona. Traversing the Utah Territory, settlers crossed the Colorado River at Lee's Ferry, and then made their way along the Little Colorado River. From this juncture, hundreds of Mormon settlers built towns, established schools and churches, and fought with locals across the face of the Arizona Territory before they could call it their home. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Mormons--Arizona--History. | Mormons--Colonization--Arizona--History. | Mormon settlements--Arizona. | Family histories--Arizona. | Roads--Arizona--History. | Trails--Arizona--History. | Frontier and pioneer life--Arizona Territory. 
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