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    Making a Living & Building a Life: Ranchwomen in Early Arizona History In the early days of Arizona, ranchwomen played vital roles as business partners, wives, mothers, nurses, teachers, etc. Many of their stories reveal how women often were married into the cattle industry. The lives of many of these early women begin to be told by connecting them with their husbands. However, it is obvious that these women were not just “the wives of so and so.” Instead, the women actively participated in

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    Outside the Law: Women Criminals in Arizona History Throughout history, men and women have often been stereotyped into specific roles. Men have frequently been characterized as being more forceful and violent than their female counterparts. Men have also often been portrayed as adventurous pioneers while women were considered to be more frail and delicate. Nowhere has this stereotype been more prevalent than in Arizona history. In the years before statehood, Arizona's reputation as part of

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    opportunities. Glendale Community College a small college would be the best place for me as a student. It is a place where I can get more attention for the teachers and I could pursue my career in medicine. II. History Glendale Community College is a community college in Glendale, Arizona. GCC opened its doors in 1965 with only one college and it was established by the Governing Board as the second MCCCD College (Maricopa County Community College District), as well as is in charge to offer the higher

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    Women Made their Splash in Arizona Politics Since the beginning of Arizona history, women were confined to the traditional roles of housekeeping and child rearing due to the conditions of life on the frontier. At this time, Arizona was a land of chaos and therefore lacked a civilized community. In effect, women’s most important responsibility remained within her home to create a comforting and refined atmosphere which would ultimately raise the standard of living in Arizona (Fischer 47). These

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    A Historical Overview of Women's Suffrage Movement in US and Arizona 1. An Overview Of Women's Suffrage Movement In The United States The women’s suffrage movement achieved victory with the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution in 1920. For the first time in more than 110 years, women were given the right to vote. However, nine states at this time already guaranteed the women’s vote. At this time, all nine states lay west of the Mississippi, (Rothschild, p.8). Indeed, “Although

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    Ancient Arizona Culture

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    Arizona The earliest indigenous cultures of Arizona most likely lived in the region as early as 25,000 B.C. A later culture, the Hohokam who lived around 500–1450 A.D. were pit dwellers and built irrigation systems. The Pueblo culture built many of the cliff dwellings that still stand. Later, the Apache and the Navajo came to the area from Canada around 1300 A.D. The Hohokam was a very intelligent ancient Indian culture. They were usually divided into four periods, Pioneer, Colonial, Sedentary

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    Southwestern American Cuisine

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    ingredients and the cultural blends make its food what it is. In this paper I will take a closer explain the history of southwest style cuisine, as well and taking about the different states and the foods that come from those areas of the southwest, that make up its cuisine which includes Texas ( Tex-Mex), New Mexico ( New Mexican), and Arizona( Sonora). To begin, I will talk about the history of southwest style cuisine. The southwest got a lot of its influences from Spanish settlers, Native American

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    History Arizona has first been explored by a European in 1539. In this year, Marcos de Niza, from Spain, explored parts of the area of Arizona. The area which is now known as Arizona was then inhabited by indigenous peoples like the Hopi and the Navajo. Marcos de Niza had met another peoples of the area; the Sobaipuri. There was a legend about the wealthy seven cities of Cibola; seven cities that would be in possession of valuable treasures. Marcos de Niza was informed about Cibola by an Indian informer

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    repository’s rules and services, as well as the collections and events connected to them. This paper will analyze the online portal for the University of Arizona Special Collections to determine whether it succeeds in meeting these necessary criteria and providing an engaging experience for their community of users. The initial site of the University of Arizona Special Collections webpage (http://speccoll.library.arizona.edu/) is laid out very simply with a statement of who the repository is and what they

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    For the purpose of this paper, I selected the following three categories for comparison : B2C, C2C and e-Government. For the sake of ease, I chose representative entities for each category : Amazon (B2C), EBay (C2C) and Arizona government, www.az.gov (e-Government). In the following paragraphs, I will identify the differences and similarities of those three business models by addressing the questions in the syllabus. 1) Who is the target audience for this Web site? Amazon targets consumers

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