The Journal of Arizona History
Each issue of The Journal of Arizona History features original research articles and an extensive book review section that focuses on new works on Arizona, the American West, and the border region. A subscription to the journal is a benefit of Arizona Historical Society membership. Members also receive access to archived issues through JSTOR. For non-members, the cost of the current issue is $12.50, plus postage; back issues, if available, are $7.00. The full list of membership benefits, plus an option to join or renew online, appears on our membership webpage. You may also access the Journal’s cumulative index.
To submit an article manuscript to The Journal of Arizona History, contact the AHS director of publications, Dr. David Turpie, at [email protected]. Authors are encouraged to read the submission guidelines before submitting a manuscript.
The Chee Kung Tong: A Chinese Secret Society in Tucson, 1880–1940 By Chuimei Ho and Bennet Bronson
Incident at Altar: The Ransoming of Leopoldo Carrillo, August 1875 By Mike Speelman
“Owned and Operated by a Woman”: Mary Costigan and Flagstaff’s First Radio Station By Janolyn G. Lo Vecchio
Since 1975, the Arizona Historical Society has published more than twenty-five books about the culture and history of Arizona and the surrounding region. A full catalogue is available here. To order an AHS book, complete the Book Order Form.
We are currently accepting book proposals. Authors should send a 5–7 page proposal that includes a discussion of the scope and content of the work, the proposed length of the book manuscript, the intended audience, and the timeframe for completion. Please submit book proposals to AHS director of publications, Dr. David Turpie, at [email protected]. They may also be mailed via postal mail to his attention at the Arizona Historical Society, 949 E. Second Street, Tucson, Arizona 85719.