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I recently read yet another account of the Chiricahua Apache wars with the Republic of Mexico and the United States of America that raged from 1861 to 1886. Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place (The Civilization of the American Indian Series) was written by noted Native American historian Angie … Continue reading
Please submit your best guess to: email@example.com. We will update this post next week with the place, the name of the winner, and some interesting related history. The Prize: $10 off any one of our guided tours or 50% off our E-Book: Southern Arizona’s Extraordinary History. The winner will have … Continue reading
Our very special Tucson History & Libation Walking Tour in November was so well received, we are going to offer it again on Sunday, December 18, 2016 starting at 10 AM in the Courtyard of the Mercado on West Congress. This is your opportunity to see 1870’s Tucson through the … Continue reading
We had not written a dining review for some time and, because it was also our Wedding Anniversary, we decided to dine out to celebrate over Thanksgiving weekend (2016). Twenty-eight years not counting the 4 years we lived together while I tried to convince Ms. Karen that marrying me was … Continue reading
Editor’s Note. Karen Weston Gonzales is a talented free lance writer. I first read her story about Southern Arizona pioneer, Tom Jeffords, in Tombstone Times to which I subscribe. The story is reprinted here with permission. The story is true and offers a clear account of one of the most … Continue reading