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August 24, 1889- This Day in Arizona History

San Augustin Day

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

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