Description: Hardcover with dust jacket. 438 pages. 11" x 9".
Condition: Light bit of edge wear otherwise looks unread.
Dust Jacket: Light shelf wear and scuffing.
Contents: This book chronicles the history of the many expeditions and travelers who crossed and explored Arizona from 1540 until the years after the Civil War. The book tells the stories of the fur trappers, the Army of the West, the Mormon Battalion, cattle drives, the Butterfield Overland Stage, the railroad surveys, and much more. Portions of thirty diaries or journals of people who actually crossed Arizona are included to depict how Arizona was perceived from 1699 until 1863. Maps of the region show their routes while pen and ink drawings, landscape sketches, and color photographs illustrate the book. Indexed.