Books and other by our members and friends

 The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

is proud to carry David Devine’s new book

Historic Tales of Territorial Tucson,

Did you know as early as 1871 Tucson was predicted to become “a railroad center” for the Southwest? That twenty-years later, a 400-foot-long sea serpent speaking perfect English visited the remote community? That in the 1890s, Tucson hosted a few round-the-world bicyclists, one of them a woman? These and other interesting but little-known stories of the small settlement on the banks of the Santa Cruz River are contained in a new book written by local historian David Devine

Click here for more information on this and other books
and to order this book

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We also have books by our museum historian

William Kalt III

Click on the book covers for more information


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