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1Author:  Johnston, Philip, approximately 1892-1978Requires cookie*
 Title:  Philip Johnston Papers 1896-1982 ead 
 Date(s):  1896-1982 
 Abstract:  The Philip Johnston Papers include correspondence, stories and articles written by Johnston, reference files, photographs, and audio recordings and transcripts of oral histories related to Johnston's life as a non-Native American growing up on the Navajo Nation (formerly the Navajo Indian Reservation) in the early 1900s. Topics covered include Johnston's father, Reverend William Riley Johnston, and his missionary activities on the Navajo Nation; Philip Johnston's knowledge of issues pertinent to the Navajo Nation among other Native American communities; Johnston's involvement with the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II; his opinions as to problems with the Glen Canyon Dam (near Page, Arizona); and other topics related to Arizona, Mexico, Colorado, Nevada, and California. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives 
 Subjects:  World War, 1939-1945--Cryptography. | Navajo code talkers | Navajo language. | Dams--Arizona. 
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2Author:  Southwest Folklore CenterRequires cookie*
 Title:  Southwest Folklore Center Field Recordings Collection, 1943-ongoing ead 
 Date(s):  1943-ongoing 
 Abstract:  Reel tape recordings produced by University of Arizona Folklore Committee from 1943 through 1978, and after 1979, by the Southwest Folklore Center. Predominately field recordings from southern Arizona, they include cowboy songs and music, oral history interviews and corridos. The collection also includes 12 studio master tape reels recorded by Mexican American singer Lydia Mendoza. This collection was previously titled SWF 011. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Mexican Americans -- Music. | Corridos. | Pioneers. | Frontier and pioneer life. | Yaqui Indians. | Navajo Indians. | Seri Indians. | Apache Indians. | Yuma Indians. | Hopi Indians. | Tohono O'Odham Indians. | Pima Indians. | Mormons--Arizona--Music. | Cowboys. | Cowboys--Songs and music. | Folklore. | Folklore--Arizona. | Mormons--Arizona--Folklore. | Cowboys--Arizona--Folklore. | Cowboys' writings, American. | Ranchers--Arizona. | Fiddle tunes. | Baptists. | Hobo songs. | Harmonica music. | Gospel music. | Bluegrass music. | Banjo music. | Navajo code talkers. 
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3Author:  Arizona State University Libraries. Department of Archives and Special CollectionsRequires cookie*
 Title:  Arizona Collection Ephemera: History 1756-2012, Undated ead 
 Date(s):  1756-2012, Undated 
 Abstract:  This guide describes ephemeral pieces documenting the general and military history of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico held in the Arizona Collection. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Forests and forestry | Forests and forestry | Museums -- History | Geography | Banks and banking | Cities and towns | Banks and banking | Navajo Indians | Hopi Indians | Travel | Transportation | Cities and towns | Sects | Parks | Trails | Law enforcement | Hohokam culture | Mines and mineral resources | Water conservation -- History | Ghost towns -- History | Arizona -- History -- To 1912 | Dude ranches | Politics, Practical | Indians of North America | Travel | Historic preservation | Parks | Cities and towns | Historic preservation | Hohokam culture 
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