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FEATURED EXHIBIT

Experience “Resilience” in Flagstaff

“Resilience: Women in Flagstaff’s Past and Present” is a collaborative project by the Arizona Historical Society and the Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University. The exhibit shares the powerful stories of twenty women and non-binary people who faced extraordinary challenges, and overcame hardships, painful legacies, and adverse environments. Experience this exhibition at Pioneer Museum as well as Coconino Community College.

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Explore Arizona Suffrage at Night at the Museum on February 21

Before Arizona became a state, women campaigned for the right to vote throughout Arizona. The Summer of Love for Women’s Suffrage began in 1912 to get the word out about women’s fight for equality and also gain the support of male voters in the upcoming November election. Join Abbey Buckham at Pioneer Museum for a fascinating evening and learn about the historic events that led to women’s right to vote in Arizona.

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Latest News

”The Girl in the Iron Box” Wins Award from Pima County Library

“The Girl in the Iron Box: How an Arizona Kidnapping Stumped Hoover’s FBI” by Paul Cool, has been awarded a Top Pick in Pima County Public Library’s 43rd annual Southwest Books of the Year! Grab a copy at your local library or visit our Publications to purchase.

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