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The morning of Powell's departure was, like nearly all Arizona mornings, clear and beautiful; I could see him and his little pack animals picking their way down the mountainside toward the valley, and all during the morning I would catch occasional glimpses of them as they topped a hog back or came out upon a level plateau.
Under the clear rays of the Arizona moon lay Powell, his body fairly bristling with the hostile arrows of the braves.
It was now morning, and, with the customary lack of dawn which is a startling characteristic of Arizona, it had become daylight almost without warning.
Instantly my brain cleared and there swept back across the threshold of my memory the vivid picture of the horrors of that ghostly Arizona cave; again, as on that far-gone night, my muscles refused to respond to my will and again, as though even here upon the banks of the placid Hudson, I could hear the awful moans and rustling of the fearsome thing which had lurked and threatened me from the dark recesses of the cave, I made the same mighty and superhuman effort to break the bonds of the strange anaesthesia which held me, and again came the sharp click as of the sudden parting of a taut wire, and I stood naked and free beside the staring, lifeless thing that had so recently pulsed with the warm, red life-blood of John Carter.
In early boyhood I tired of the teeming cities and overcrowded rural districts of Arizona.
And so they dropped the dry sands and moon-struck rocks of Arizona behind them, and grilled on till the crash of the couplings and the wheeze of the brake-hose told them they were at Coolidge by the Continental Divide.
The next I heard of Frank was that he was in Montana, and then he went prospecting in Arizona, and then I heard of him from New Mexico.
That he was talking about last-place Arizona State when the Trojans hadn't won on the road at Arizona in 22 years was a bit perplexing.
markets, has acquired Arizona News Service (ANS; Phoenix, AZ), a multimedia electronic and print publisher specializing in coverage of Arizona state government information, from owners Ned and Diana Creighton.
If you're looking to maximize your big tree viewing pleasure, our best advice is head west or south, since that's where you'll find the top five states for champion trees: Florida (with 163), California (102), Arizona (84), Texas (80), and Virginia (56).
The taxpayers generally resided at the Wisconsin home during the warm months and at their Georgia or Arizona home the rest of the year.
Arizona in 1941 had seventeen churches with 3,647 members in a state-with a total population of 510,000.
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