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Miscellaneous court records, 1881-1929 (Apache County, Arizona)

Superior Court (Apache County, Arizona)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Phoenix, Arizona : Arizona. Department of Library, Archives and Public Records, 1967-1969
18 microfilm reels ; 16 mm. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records at the Arizona State Archives in Phoenix, Arizona.

Some of the pages are light and may be hard or difficult to read.

Cases are filmed in numerical order. Numbering started over in 1912 at statehood and cases being moved to Superior Court.

The District Court had jurisdiction from 1864-1912. At statehood, the Superior Court superseded the District Courts in all matters.

Some records contain an index and there is also a separate index for some records.

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