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Early cattle ranching in the Little Colorado River Basin, Arizona (part 2 of 3)
Aztec Land and Cattle Company, a consortium of eastern businessmen and Texas ranching interests. The land claimed by the Aztec Company included every other section extending ... resource from local utilization. The Aztec Land and Cattle Company was the third largest ranch in North America during the late nineteenth century. The Aztec Company was a direct product of the ...
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The U.S. River Conservation Team: The Catalog, of gear for canoeing, kayaking, rafting, fly-fishing, river trips, river running, raft trips, whitewater, float trips, wilderness rivers, and other river recreation.
Northwest River Supplies has been supplying river gear since 1972. The company publishes a complete full-color catalog with everything for river ... products are river-tested on the great rivers of Idaho. Company president Bonnie Schonefeld says: "Lochsa Connection has long supported ... Or contact Jack's Plastic Welding, 115 S. Main Avenue, Aztec NM 87410. (505) 334-8748. jacks@frontier.net To ...
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Sourcebook: Non Toxic Termite Control
RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE Add your company to this list! See "Pest Control Services" in the Yellow Pages Live Oak Structural ... (TM) sand barrier process Term-trol Exterminating Company PO Box 4915 Austin TX 78765 (512) 451-9638 Natural, environmentally safe pest control Aztec Pest Service 4902 Rollingwood Drive Austin, TX ...
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Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory Field Trip Photo Album: Miller Canyon and Beatty's Guest Ranch
Roadside-Skipper, and LeConte's Shining Leaf-chafer Beetle - but rarities such as Eared Trogon, Aztec Thrush, and Flame-colored Tanager also make occasional appearances. Beginning in July 2002, Miller Canyon ... June of 2002. Even more astonishing was a second adult male later spotted in the company of the first and two females that appeared later still! Many other unusual to unprecedented ...
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Early cattle ranching in the Little Colorado River Basin, Arizona (part 1 of 3)
Aztec Land and Cattle Company.
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When Cortez and his conquistadors first encountered the Aztecs and met the last Aztec emperor, Montezuma, they were amazed to find a thriving metropolis with more than one ... Chocolates, Montezuma’s Chocolates, Newman’s Own Organics, Omanhene Cocoa Bean Company, Rapunzel Pure Organics, and The Endangered Species Chocolate Company. At present, no organic cocoa beans are coming from Ivory ...
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The word "chocolate" derives from the Mayan "xocoatl" and the word cocoa from the Aztec "cacahuatl." The Mexican Indian word "chocolate" comes from a combination of the terms "choco" (foam ... 1980 a story of chocolate espionage hits the world press - an apprentice of the Swiss company of Suchard-Tobler unsuccessfully attempts to sell secret chocolate recipes to Russia, China, Saudi Arabia ...
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Exhibits at The Field Museum
Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids | Melting Ice—A Hot Topic: Envisioning Change | And more... The Aztec World Explore the grandeur and complexity of one of the world's great civilizations and ...
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WestWeb: Harvesting the West (Photographs)
Carlos Indian Agency, Arizona-1886." [290kb Image from US National Archives] "Some of [Aztec's] Punchers." Aztec Land & Cattle Company, Holbrook, Ariz. Terr. By Ames, 1877--89. [253kb Image from US National Archives ...
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WestWeb: The Cowboy West (Photographs)
By Jackson, 1872. [307kb Image from US National Archives] "Some of [Aztec's] Punchers." Aztec Land & Cattle Company, Holbrook, Ariz. Terr. By Ames, 1877--89. [253kb Image from US National Archives ...
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