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Setting the Scene: Arizona in the Early 20th Century

by Nancy E. Turner Nancy E. Turner discusses her latest novel, Light Changes Everything, highlighting how the history and setting of Arizona in the early 1900s played into her character creation and development.

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Westering Women: A Celebration of Sisterhood on the Overland Trail

by Sandra Dallas Sandra Dallas, author of the recently released novel, Westering Women, offers her thoughts on the incredible perils and hardships that 19th-Century women faced while seeking a new life in the American West.

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The First Wells Fargo Detective

by John Boessenecker For fifteen years, Henry Johnson had his hands full as Wells Fargo’s pioneer detective. The company built its reputation on safety and security. From the time of its founding, it guaranteed delivery and paid its customers for

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