Arizona History – November 14th

Saturday, November 14th

On this date in 1891, Gov. Nathan O. Murphy made his annual report to Washington in which he recommended that all Indian reservations — with the possible exception of the Navajo lands — be turned over to white men for sale and settlement.

On this date in 1931, Tucson, the “Sunshine City,” awoke to a thick, morning fog.

(Photo : vintage Tucson)

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