Back in 1878, when a miner named Ed Schiefflin was searching for silver in the middle of the Sonoran Desert about 100 miles north of the Mexican border, he was frequently told by the soldiers at Fort Huachuca that all
UA Professor Judy Nolte Temple has been fascinated by pioneer women’s narratives since she was a graduate student at the University of Iowa more than 30 years ago. She will describe the life story of one Tucson pioneer woman in
Jack Lasseter is a speaker originally from the East who adopted, embraced and now helps us to understand the history of the Southwest. Lasseter came to the Southwest from Detroit when he was only 5 years old, grew up in
Over 200 years ago the German philosopher Friedrich Hegel remarked, “The only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history.” Humans have the tendency to ignore lessons from the past, a tendency which has negative consequences.