Roadside History of Arizona #2020

Roadside History of Arizona By Marshall Trimble Joe Beeler Roadside History of Arizona Take a grand tour along the highways of one of America s last frontiers Included are legends lost treasure stories ghost towns and interesting place names weaving a colorful tapestry of stories abo
  • Title: Roadside History of Arizona
  • Author: Marshall Trimble Joe Beeler
  • ISBN: 9780878421985
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • Roadside History of Arizona By Marshall Trimble Joe Beeler Take a grand tour along the highways of one of America s last frontiers Included are legends, lost treasure stories, ghost towns, and interesting place names weaving a colorful tapestry of stories about Arizona.
    Roadside History of Arizona By Marshall Trimble Joe Beeler
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    1. Can t remember where I picked up this book but it has been an extraordinary resource for discovering new adventures in Arizona Published in 1986, this dense read of almost 500 pages lists chapter and verse the state s historical sites and cities along established highways, Interstates, state roads, etc less a roadside attractions book than a short history of every small town that has existed in Arizona since recorded history The beginning of the text features a short two page chronology of Arizo [...]


    2. I picked this book up off my parents bookshelves at some point this summer and I have been reading it sporadically ever since It s definitely not meant to be read in one go it s broken down into geographical sections and is made up of tiny histories of Arizona towns A few of the historical figures get mentioned than once and are accompanied by a one or two sentence introduction each time Martha Summerhayes, I m looking at you , but despite the occasionally repetitive structure this was actually [...]


    3. I have read a fair number of books about Arizona since moving here in 08 This one has really given me a sense of knowing where I am in time and space It s the history of every little town in the state and the people who settled them and what went on in them It s separated into regions so you get a sense of the geography and the different resulting activities around the state and around which settlements formed He recounts the histories of early settler families I now know who the Babbits are and [...]


    4. Excellent for what it intends to be a history of the state of Arizona that follows major roads and explains events at points along those roads It is not an in depth history of Arizona, and it doesn t claim to be it is anecdotal in style, lots of fun, though it did clearly involves some research and real work to put it all together I would recommend it to anyone with a casual interest in the history of the state


    5. Got this as a gift I read it straight through like a novel This is not really how the book was designed to be read There were many interesting stories I also got a better understanding how how things came about back then The number of times the towns moved or changed thier names was facinating An all right read sitting here half a country away, but must be really cool if you are in AZ.


    6. If you want to know about Arizona, Marshall Trimble is the man to talk to This should be required reading for any Arizonan or any person wishing to live or spend extended time there Chock full of good stuff This book was a blast.


    7. Mr Trimble, has packed this book c details that only a native son would know It s not fancy, never the less a great read Yahoo KGA


    8. A fantastic job Overall, I m actually not that interested in history, but Marshall Trimble makes it very interesting





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