‘Arizona: 100 Years Grand’ by Lisa Schnebly Heidinger

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Named the official book of the Arizona Centennial, Arizona: 100 Years Grand is a tribute to Arizona’s first century of rich history.

It is structured around 101 main stories, spanning all one hundred years of statehood.

These stories are brought to life by an array of vivid photographs.

To further the goal of presenting a panorama of Arizona history, several Arizona leaders, past and present, added their perspectives on the state.

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