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April 14-17, 2013 - near Fountain Hills, Mesa, and Scottsdale, AZ

The American Trails International Trails Symposium, to be held in Arizona April 14-17, 2013, is your best opportunity to network with the nationwide trails community and maximize your visibility and message.

arrow Download the Symposium Sponsor Contract (Word doc 168 kb)

arrow 15% exhibitor discount DEADLINE July 31, 2012 - Download the exhibitor packet...

 

Books and Facts about Arizona

arrow Download many more books and resources for Arizona from Maricopa County Library District: Our State, Our Story - Celebrating 100 years of Arizona (pdf 618 kb)

 

Reading List: Scottsdale/Mesa/Fountain Hills

Many of these books will be available at local libraries and through inter-library loan. Try your local used book store or internet dealer for copies to purchase.

 

MESA

Our Town: the story of Mesa, Arizona, 1878-1991 / by J. M. Mason

100 Steps Down Mesa's Past / by Earl Merrill (available from Mesa Historical Museum online store or 480-835-7358 - CLOSED July-August)

Photo of big exhibit hall

Fountain Hills River of Time Museum

 

SCOTTSDALE

Winfield Scott : a biography of Scottsdale's founder / by Richard E. Lynch.

Recollections of early Scottsdale : "the way it was" / by Bill Kimsey.

Road to Scottsdale / by Albert J. Lieber ; foreword by Kurt Vonnegut.

The story of Scottsdale / by David S. Matthews (available from Mesa Historical Museum online store or 480-835-7358 - CLOSED July-August)

 

FOUNTAIN HILLS

Rising Above the Rest / compiled by L. Alan Cruikshank, Jerry Miles, & Jean Linzer (available from Fountain Hills Museum online store)

Verde Valley Lore / by Robert H. Mason

More Verde Valley Lore / by Robert Mason

Fountain Hills River of Time Museum – http://www.riveroftimemuseum.org/

Fountain Hills Historical Society – 480-837-8264

 

ARIZONA GENERAL

Arizona: 100 Years Grand / by Lisa Schnebly Heidinger (available from http://az100yearsgrand.com)

On the Border with Crook / by John G. Bourke

Vanished Arizona / by Martha Summerhayes

Arizona Historical Society - http://www.arizonahistoricalsociety.org (Education & Outreach: Nancy York, nyork@azhs.gov - 480-929-0292 x137)

 

NATIVE AMERICANS

The Heard Museum - http://www.heard.org - online shop: http://www.heardmuseumshop.com

Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation: http://www.ftmcdowell.org - 480-789-7000

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community: http://www.srpmic-nsn.gov - 480-362-7740

 

State Symbols

arrow Download many more books and resources for Arizona from Maricopa County Library District: Our State, Our Story - Celebrating 100 years of Arizona (pdf 618 kb)

 

arrow Contact for sponsorships and exhibitors for the American Trails International Trails Symposium is Candace Mitchell at symposium@americantrails.org or phone (530) 547-2060.

arrow Download the 2010 Symposium Registration Booklet at:
http://atfiles.org/files/pdf/AmericanTrails_Registration_V21_FINAL.pdf

arrow Download the 2010 Symposium Program at:
http://atfiles.org/files/pdf/AmericanTrails_Program_FINAL_opt.pdf

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