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2011 Arizona History Convention
Award Winners for 2011
- Barry M. Goldwater Award - Best Convention Paper on Arizona History
- Paul Cool - "Buried Under Rumors: Fog, Facts, and the Kidnapping of June Robles
- Val Avery Collegiate Award - Best Convention Paper on an Arizona Topic by a College Student
- John Southard, "Ascending Eagle: The Depression Era Recovery of Valley National Bank under the Leadership of Walter Bimson, 1933-1939"
- Don Bufkin Prize - Best Convention Paper dealing with the Territorial Period of Arizona History. Papers dealing with Arizona Geography, broadly defined, or Cartography are particularly encouraged.
- Jim Byrkit and Tom Jonas, "Penalosa, Coronelli, and Kino: Early Cartographers of Arizona"
- Friends of Arizona Archives (FAzA) Award - Award for the Best Paper that Demonstrates the Best Use of Archival Research.
- Patricia A. Etter - "All Roads Lead to Yuma"
- McFarland Student Papers - Best Student Paper on any Subject Pertaining to the History of Arizona or the Far Southwest
- Anna Shepstead - "Japanese American Internment Camps"
- 2nd Place
- Jackie Tappan - "Navajo Code Talkers"
Arizona Historical Society
- Al Merito Award - Given to an individual who has made a valuable contribution to the preservation, understanding and awareness of Arizona and its History.
- Marshall Trimble - Arizona State Historian
- C. L. Sonnichsen Award for Best Journal of Arizona History Article
- Carlos Parra - “Valientes Nogalenses: The 1918 Battle Between the U.S. and Mexico that Transformed Ambos Nogales,”