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CHAPTER HISTORIES & PUBLICATIONS

Mapping Trip Reports Note: most mapping trip reports are published in the Desert Tracks Newletter February 2005: winter05.pdf

Chapter Histories by Rose Ann Tompkins Introduction 1987-88198919901991; 19921993199419951996; 1997; 1998

Newletters: Arizona Trails (1988-1990) 1988-1; 1988-2; 1988-3; 1988-4; 1989-1; 1989-2;1989-3; 1989-4; 1989-5; 1990-1; 1990-2; 1990-3; 1990-4;1990-5

Desert Tracks  (1991-) 1991-1; 1991-2; 1991-3; 1991-4   ••• 1992-1; 1992-2; 1992-3; 1992-4 ••• 1993-1; 1993-2; 1993-3;  1993-41993-5; ••• 1994-1; 1994-2; 1994-3; 1994-4 ••• 1995-1; 1995-2 ; 1995-3 ••• 1996-1; 1996-2;1996-3 •••1997-1; 1997-2; 1997-3 •••1998-2 1998-3; 1998-4 ••• 1999-1; 1999-2; ••• 2000-1  (Note: No Desert Tracks were published in 2001-2002) 2003-1; 2003-2••• 2004-1; 2004-2 •••  2005-1; 2005-2; 2005-3 ••• 2006-1; 2006-2; •••2007-1; 2007-2 ••• 2008-12009-1; 2009-2; 2009-3 ••• 2010-1 ••• 2011-1 ••• 2011-2 ••• 2011-3

••• June 2012 ••• January 2013 ••• June 2013 ••• January 2014 ••• June 2014••• January 2015••• June 2015••• January 2016••• June 2016••• January 2017••• June 2017

Many thanks to chapter historian Rose Ann Tompkins for preparing the chapter histories above, and to Darryl Montgomery who scanned the Desert Tracks issues for us.

DOCUMENTS

Trail TurtlesWin Distinguished Volunteer Award

Naming Emigrant Trails in the Southwest, by Don Buck

Southern Trails to California Project by A.S. Eddins

Appeal for Letters of Support by A. S. Eddins

The Southern Emigrant Trail by Phil Brigandi

The Search for a Southern Overland Route to California by Harlan Hague

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