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Coconino County Books

Following are some books about Coconino County. However, I do not personally own any of the books. Some are available at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and may be available on microfilm through the Family History Centers. Some may also be available at other libraries and can be requested through interlibrary loan.
  • Arizona Maps Cities and Towns: 1866-1907. San Pablo, CA: Vlad Shkurkin, 1982. Reprinted Sanborn Fire Insurance maps. You may contact Vlad Shkurkin at shkurkin@ix.netcom.com, Phone: 1(510)232-7742, or Fax: 1(510)236-7050.

     

  • Arizona Maps II Cities and Towns: 1908-1943. San Pablo, CA: Vlad Shkurkin, 1983. Reprinted Sanborn Fire Insurance maps. You may contact Vlad Shkurkin at shkurkin@ix.netcom.com, Phone: 1(510)232-7742, or Fax: 1(510)236-7050.

     

  • Great Register of Coconino County, Arizona Territory for the Year 1890. Note: this is the voter registration records--a great substitute for the missing 1890 federal census.

     

  • A History of Williams, AZ, 1876-1951 by James R. Fuchs. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press. 1955.

     

  • Once Upon a Time in Sedona by William Howard. Sedona, AZ: Runamuck Press. 1992.

     

  • Lee's Ferry, Desert River Crossing by W. L. Rusho and C. Gregory Crampton. Slat Lake City, UT: Cricket Productions. 1992.

     

  • McGonigles family, 1900-1939 manuscripts, topics including Oatman and Flagstaff. Available at Northern Arizona University.

     

  • Northern Arizona and Flagstaff in 1887, the People and Resources by George H. Tinker. Republished Glendale, CA: Arthur H. Clarke Co. 1969. (originally published as A Land of Sunshine, Flagstaff and Its Surroundings Flagstaff, AZ: Arizona Champion Print. 1887.)

     

  • Pioneer Stories of Arizona's Verde Valley no author or copyright info given. Available for purchase from the Fort Verde State Historic Park, P. O. Box 397, Camp Verde, AZ 86322. Arthur S. Burford, who suggested this book be included described it as containing "brief family histories of a great number of families who migrated to the Verde Valley in the early 1870's. Almost (I would think), a 'must,' for anyone researching that part of AZ, from 1870 to 1900 in particular.

     

  • They Came to the Mountain: the Story of Flagstaff's Beginnings by Platt Cline. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University and Northland Press. 1977.