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Douglas, Arizona: Its First 75 years and a few before  – Erwin Bond

100 Classic Hikes in Arizona – Scott S Warren

Arizona Traveler: Indians of Arizona – Eleanor H Ayer

Holding the Line: Women in the Great Arizona Mine Strike of 1983 – Barbara Kingsolver

Arizona Getaways for the Incurably Romantic – Pamela Swartz

Bisbee Arizona Then and Now – Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum and Boyd Nicholl

Hidden Highways of Arizona – Richard Harris

A Brief History of the 1st Presbyterian Church, Douglas, Arizona 1903-1954 – Edward J. Huxtable

Border Boom Town: Douglas AZ 1900-1920 – The Cochise Quarterly – Diana Hadley

Let the Tail go with the Hide – Teresa Williams Irvin

Mavericks on the Border: The Early Southwest in Historical Fiction and Film

Buffalo Soldier Regiment: History of the 25th US Infantry 1869-1926 – John H Nankivell

Black Prince of Baseball –Don Dewey and Nick Acocella

 
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Large payrolls fostered rapid business development in Douglas, but mail was brought in from Bisbee for several months before post office facilities could be opened in Douglas. The first postmaster, Charles Overlock, took office in April 1901.
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