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This story was originally published on March 23, 1955.
This story was originally published in 1955.
This story was originally published on April 27, 1955.
This story was originally published on Sept. 14, 1955.
The first big rodeo held in Tucson was in the spring of 1901 and a number of Arizona rodeo stars of yesteryear were there to do their stuff.
As a delegate to Congress, Col. Charles D. Poston secured the legislation establishing the Territory of Arizona which prior to that had been a part of New Mexico. Hence he was known as the "Father of Arizona."
This piece was published on Feb. 17, 1954.
This piece was published on May 12, 1954.
This piece was published on Sept. 29, 1954.
This piece was published on May 5, 1954.
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