They Lived In Tubac by Elizabeth Brownell
They Lived in Tubac by Elizabeth Brownell. Former Tubac Historical Society president, Elizabeth Brownell, spent 11 years researching her 1986 book that weaves a tapestry of history around the settlers of Tubac – soldiers, ranchers and farmers from Mexico, mining engineers from Germany, shopkeepers from Switzerland, tradesmen from Northern Europe and North Americans from every state in the Union. Published by Westernlore Press. Hardcover, 284 pages. $20 plus $5 shipping.