Cameron, Ralph H. (Ralph Henry) b. 1863
Most widely held works about Ralph H Cameron
Most widely held works by Ralph H Cameron
Arizona state memorial stone. Proceedings held in the Washington monument, Washington, D.C., at the dedication of a memorial stone placed in the monument by the state of Arizona, April 15, 1924 ( Book )
1 edition published in 1924 in English and held by 12 libraries worldwide
The copper mining industry. Speeches of Hon. Ralph H. Cameron, a senator from the state of Arizona, delivered in the Senate April 9 and June 26, 1926 by Ralph H Cameron ( Book )
1 edition published in 1926 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Papers of Ralph H. Cameron, 1902-1922 by Ralph H. (Ralph Henry) Cameron ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This collection consists of materials relating to Ralph H. Cameron's political and business activities, mostly in the years between 1903 and 1912. Box 1 consists of manuscript files, including land and mining claims, financial documents, and political documents, including press releases regarding statehood and ranching. Also included with the manuscripts are materials related to bills introduced by Cameron, "Letters Protesting the Statehood Bill," and Congratulatory telegrams. The "Bills Introduced" includes depredation claims reported to Cameron, for which he sought Congressional consideration, and consist of correspondence with the claimants and Commissioner of Indian Affairs Robert G. Valentine, copies of the legislation Cameron sponsored, and Congressional Committee reports on the proposals. Also included with "Bills Introduced" is material relating to a bridge over the Little Colorado River in Arizona for which Cameron sought Congressional funding. The material protesting statehood consist almost entirely of letters, many of them mechanically reproduced or copied verbatim, demanding that Arizona be allowed to maintain its provisions for a literacy requirement in voter registration. One file consists of congratulatory telegrams sent on the occasion of Arizona's statehood.
Statehood for Arizona : speech of Hon. Ralph H. Cameron of Arizona in the House of Representatives, January 17, 1910 by Ralph H Cameron ( Book )
1 edition published in 1910 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Information about the Grand Canyon of Arizona, compiled from U.S. Government Geological Survey and other records that are authentic by Ralph H Cameron ( Book )
1 edition published in 1904 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This pamphlet was published in 1904 by Ralph Cameron (later U.S. Senator Cameron) in promoting the Canyon Hotel and Camp down in the Grand Canyon and Indian Gardens.
Remarks of Hon. Ralph H. Cameron of Arizona in the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 15, ... 1926 by Ralph H Cameron ( Book )
1 edition published in 1926 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Ralph Henry Cameron papers, 1899-1915 by Ralph H Cameron ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence and other papers relating chiefly to Cameron's term as U.S. Delegate, Arizona statehood, political appointments, bills, and projects. Arizona statehood materials include congratulatory letters and telegrams; and petitions by citizens of Phoenix regarding right of recall of the judiciary. Political bills represented include the Gila River Project, 1910-1912; site for Federal building, Tucson, Ariz.; Grand Canyon Scenic Railroad bill, 1909-1911; Hamilton-Owen bill; and the Territorial Tax bill, 1910-1911. Grand Canyon materials include letters and legal papers relating to Bright Angel Trail, mining claims, a proposed power project, 1907-1912, and four guest registers of Cameron's Hotel and Camps, 1903-1907. Correspondents include Territorial Gov. Richard E. Sloan, J.L. Hubbell, C.N. Cotton, Louisa Ferrall, Grand Canyon postmistress, Clarence Spaulding, operator of Indian Gardens, and E.L. Kolb, photographer. Also present are maps of Arizona national forests including Garces, Coconino, Prescott, and Chiricahua National Forests.
Adams, Alva Blanchard,--b. 1875 Archives Arizona Arizona--Coconino County Arizona--Grand Canyon Arizona--Sedona Arizona--Springerville Arizona--Tucson Ashurst, Henry Fountain,--1874-1962 Barney, James M.--1874-1965 Bass family Cameron, Ralph H.--b. 1863 Campaign funds Copper mines and mining Cutting, Bronson M.,--1888-1935 Electric power Frontier and pioneer life Hayden, Carl Trumbull,--1877-1972 History Justices of the peace Land use Lodge, Henry Cabot,--1850-1924 Marketing Mines and mineral resources Morgan, Henry Narcotics Petroleum Pioneers Political science Politicians Presidents--Election Prohibition Ranchers Ranching Records and correspondence Rules Snake dance Sources Space theology Speeches in Congress Switzer, W. H.--d. 1967 Tourism Trading posts Trails United States United States.--Congress United States--Little Colorado River United States--Navajo Indian Reservation Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.) Water rights
Cameron, Ralph Henry, b. 1863