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Effie Anderson Smith (aka as Mrs. A.Y. Smith) was the “Dean of Arizona Women Artists.” She lived first in Pearce and then Douglas while exhibiting her paintings in New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. tadalafil quanto costa
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Paul Nichols posted his reminiscences of growing up at 1122 Seventh St. during the 1950-60s. Then he collected his blogs intoJust Seven Blocks from the Mexican Border, which is available from Inheritance Press. You'll laugh at his stories, nod your head in recognition of the people he writes about, and learn what it means to be a DHS Bulldog.
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Genealogy, history, tourist info and much more - all in one site. Founded and maintained by a person with roots in San Bernardino Valley, My Cochise is a research resource and a place to browse just for fun.
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Keeter is Stan Jones' talented nephew and he's put out several CDs of his own songs and covers of his uncle's songs, including “Ghost Riders in the Sky.” Keeter's Marshall Tuckerish-version of "Ghost Riders" on his CD titled "Just" really rocks!
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Regarded as one of the premier western music songwriters of all time, Douglas native Stan Jones had no biography until recently. Now, Tucson resident Mike Ward details Stan’s life and how he came to write the classic song, “Ghost Riders in the Sky.” bad side effects of viagra
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