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Baboquivari Monster: Interview 2

By Darlene Arvizu              I knew that they had introduced the Mexican wolf back into the wild. I knew that there was a coyote problem near my property, particularly because of the chickens I raise. I raise me some beautiful buff orpingtons and marans,…

Arivaca in the 1930s, part 2 

by Mary Kasulaitis August 2017 As the 1930s wore on, most people in Arivaca continued as before.  The federal government began establishing programs to put people back to work. One of those locally useful programs was the Civilian Conservation Corps, the idea being that…

Arivaca Yesterdays – Arivaca in the 1930’s

Mary Kasulaitis July 2017   Arivaca in the early 1930s   What we think of as the Depression era of the 1930s began years before with a depressed agricultural industry all across the U.S. that had lasted a decade. Without price supports or controls…