Journal of Arizona History
The 2023 Arizona Historical Society Wrapped is out now!🎉 Take a look at some AHS highlights throughout this year. Thank YOU for all of your support through the years. We can’t wait to see what 2024 holds for us.
This article first appeared in the Arizona Historical Society’s monthly members-only newsletter, which features in-depth and inspiring news and stories about Arizona history. Join AHS today and receive access to member benefits, including exclusive digital content about Arizona history. The floorboards creak under my feet as I wait to check in, pointedly not looking at the “ghost book,” […]
Highlights from the 2023 Mining History Association Conference By David Turpie I recently had the pleasure of attending the annual Mining History Association (MHA) conference. I am not a mining historian myself, but I attended as a representative of the Journal of Arizona History (JAH). We are planning to publish a special issue of the […]
Did you know that Hispanic Heritage Month is more than fifty years old? It was signed into law as a national week of observance by President Johnson in 1968 and expanded to a full month by President Reagan in 1988. It runs from September 15 to October 15. Hispanic Heritage Month does two important things: […]
During this time when many schools have closed and access to libraries and archives is limited, The Journal of Arizona History is now free via Project MUSE until June 30, 2020. Enjoy free access to the 2018 and 2019 issues as well as the brand new Spring 2020 issue devoted to Barry Goldwater’s 1964 presidential run. Learn […]
If you like reading the articles in the Journal of Arizona History, but have found yourself wanting to know more, here’s your chance! Join Arizona Historical Society Museum Curator Dr. Lora M. Key for a virtual talk and discussion on Wednesday, April 22 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Read the article The Right to Represent: Mexican Americans […]