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Explore the Arizona Historical Society’s “Arizona History Digital Hub”

Experience Arizona History like never before. In the coming weeks, journey into Arizona’s rich and vibrant past with online resources, virtual tours, and additional digital content. We invite you to connect with us on social media and explore resources for you, your family, and students. History is happening every day, and now more than ever, is vital to our lives. And discover how you can access the Journal of Arizona History online for FREE until June 30.

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Upcoming Virtual Event

”Women in the Classroom: The Life of Maria Urquides” Virtual Event on September 29

Join us for “Women in the Classroom” with speaker Jan Cleere and learn about Maria Urquides, “the mother of bilingual education in Arizona.” Urquides’ teaching career launched her humanitarian efforts towards educational equality. During the early years of her career, she was forced to forbid students to speak in their native language. Angry with the injustice, Urquides decided to change the landscape of teaching non-English speaking children.

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Pausing to Help Stop the Spread of COVID

Please be advised that as of June 30, Arizona History Museum in Tucson and the Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park in Tempe will again temporarily close to the public. Both libraries and archives will also close to researchers. All other Arizona Historical Society museums remain closed to the public until further notice. We are taking precautions to protect our staff, visitors, and guests during these uncertain times. With this pause, we hope we can be part of a larger effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our state and communities healthy.

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