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Title: Arizona Sketches Author: Joseph A.
Munk Posting Date: August 3, 2008 [EBook #756] Release Date: December, 1996 Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ARIZONA SKETCHES *** Produced by Dianne Bean. HTML version by Al Haines. ARIZONA SKETCHES by Joseph A.
Munk CHAPTER I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. A ROMANTIC LAND MY FIRST TRIP TO ARIZONA THE OPEN RANGE RANCH LIFE THE ROUND-UP RANCH HAPPENINGS A MODEL RANCH SOME DESERT PLANTS HOOKER’S HOT SPRINGS CANON ECHOES THE METEORITE MOUNTAIN THE CLIFF DWELLERS THE MOQUI INDIANS A FINE CLIMATE CHAPTER I A ROMANTIC LAND Tue Apr 04 17:10:30 2017 2 A stranger on first entering Arizona is impressed with the newness and wildness that surrounds him.
Indeed, the change is so great that it seems like going to sleep and waking up in a new world.
Everything that he sees is different from the familiar objects of his home, and he is filled with wonder and amazement at the many curious things that are brought to his notice.
Judging the country by what is common back east, the average man is disappointed and prejudiced against what he sees; but, estimated on its merits, it is found to be a land of many attractions and great possibilities. A hasty trip through the country by rail gives no adequate idea of its intrinsic value, as such a limited view only affords a superficial glimpse of what should be leisurely and carefully examined to be properly understood or appreciated.
At the first glance it presents the appearance of a desert, but to one who is acquainted with its peculiarities it is by no means desol...





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