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August 23, 1927- This Day in Arizona History

Arizona vs. California Water Rights

August 22, 1935- This Day in Arizona History

Will Rogers’ Funeral

August 21, 1926- This Day in Arizona History

KGAR Radio Begins

August 20, 1775- This Day in Arizona History

Tucson Presidio Wall Established

August 19, 1857- This Day in Arizona History

First Mail Arrives in Tucson

August 18, 1863- This Day in Arizona History

Goodwin Becomes First Governor

August 17, 1883- This Day in Arizona History

Ft. Huachuca Officers Building Begun

August 15, 1974- This Day in Arizona History

Tucson Train Depot Preserved

August 14, 1851- This Day in Arizona History

Doc Holliday Born

August 13, 1931- This Day in Arizona History

Overgrazing in Arizona

August 12, 1890- This Day in Arizona History

UA Appoints First Paid Faculty Member

August 11, 1936- This Day in Arizona History

South Tucson Incorporated

August 10, 1644- This Day in Arizona History

Father Kino Born

August 9, 1917- This Day in Arizona History

Sheriff Pours Out Bootleg Liquor

The Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps left its mark across Southern Arizona.

Web Feature: A Legacy in Stone

Throughout Southern Arizona, parks and wild places bear the mark of the Civilian Conservation Corps

Scorpion

FDA OKs Scorpion Antivenom Developed With UA Help

Anascorp gets the nod from federal regulators; originated in Mexico

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