Flagstaff

Pioneer Museum in Flagstaff Reopening on September 14

Arizona Historical Society Announces Pioneer Museum in Flagstaff Reopening on September 14  Enjoy New Exhibits and Three Acres of Fresh-Air Grounds The Arizona Historical Society is delighted to announce the reopening of Pioneer Museum in Flagstaff on Tuesday, September 14. Recognized by the inspiring 1929 Baldwin Locomotive at the entrance along Fort Valley Road, Pioneer Museum […]

The Iron Lung … Treating Pandemics of the Past

As more and more people receive the COVID-19 vaccine, we can’t help but think of a particularly important artifact housed at the Pioneer Museum in Flagstaff, the iron lung. This early ventilator saved many lives when a previous epidemic spread across America. Polio left many children and adults paralyzed, some temporarily and some permanently. In […]

Flagstaff’s Fourth of July Celebrations

July 02, 2020

Fourth of July celebrations are interwoven in Flagstaff’s cultural traditions since 1876. Townspeople honored the day with parades, games, speeches, and rodeo. Organizers within the Elks’ Club put on the annual Fourth of July show “The Days of ’49” that included a parade of vehicles, floats, marching bands, and costumed groups holding banners. Fourth of […]

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