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Access our digitized Yearbook Collections of St. Johns, Round Valley, and Sanders/Valley High Schools by clicking on the images.

Other Local History Resources

Apache County Historical Society Museum

180 West Cleveland Street

PO Box 146

St. Johns, AZ 85936


Summer Hours (March-October

Tues., Thurs. and Sat.

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Other days/times by appointment

Springerville Heritage Center

418 East Main Street

Springerville, AZ


Self-guided Tours

Open Monday - Saturday

Jack Becker was a life-long resident of Round Valley, and a descendant of Gustav Becker (one of Round Valley's pioneer settlers).  Jack devoted many years to researching the early history and settlement of the area. He has generously made this research available for your enjoyment.

Apache County Clerk of the Court

70 West 3rd South

PO Box 365

St. Johns, AZ 85936


Eagar Family Search Center

467 North Butler

Eagar, AZ



Wednesday: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Thursday:  10:00 am - 4:00 pm

St. Johns Family Search Center

50 North 1st West



Tuesday & Thursday:

9 am - 1 pm and 6 pm - 9 am


9 am - 1 pm

Library Of Congress


The photographs of the Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Photograph Collection form an extensive pictorial record of American life between 1935 and 1944.


 The project initially documented cash loans made to individual farmers by the Resettlement Administration and the construction of planned suburban communities. The second stage focused on the lives of sharecroppers in the South and migratory agricultural workers in the midwestern and western states. As the scope of the project expanded, the photographers turned to recording both rural and urban conditions throughout the United States as well as mobilization efforts for World War II.

This link takes you to Apache County photos in this collection.

Navajo People.Org

(Photo Gallery)

Photos of the Diné (Navajo People), and, Dinétah (Navajoland). Albums include Navajo Men, Woman, Children, Rugs, Weavers and many others

Navajo Nation Museum and Visitor's Center

Office of Navajo Nation Library
Research Library Services
P.O. Box 9040
Window Rock, Arizona 86515
(928) 871-6376 or 6526
FAX (928) 871-7304

The Research Library in Window Rock, Arizona provides library services through five special collections supporting historical, legal, cultural and governmental research.

Navajo People.Org

(Navajo History)

Here you will learn all about the Navajo People, the Diné , and about Bikeyah, or Navajoland.

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