The Shaw D. Kinsley Lecture Series Presents: Jack Lasseter “Women on the Arizona Frontier”
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About the Event
The history of the West is not just the story of men. It is the story of men and women. In this talk Jack tells us the fascinating story of some of the women on the Arizona frontier who would bring civilization to this land. He focuses on three, an Apache woman, a Spanish woman, and a New England woman. They have three different stories but all poignant to the development of Arizona. Others include Chinese, African American, Jewish, Mormon, and ranch women. Some of these women were governors, judges, a bridesmaid of Eleanor Roosevelt, the Captain of the “Arizona Navy,” the first territorial historian, a famous painter and architect, and the last stagecoach robber. You will go away amazed and with a new appreciation of the role played by women on the Arizona frontier.
Snacks will be served. $15 per lecture. Children 6 and under are free. A portion of the proceeds supports our education and preservation programs. B.Y.O.C. – (bring your own chair or sit at one of our picnic tables) this lecture will take place outdoors in our large picnic area. Admission to this lecture includes all day entrance into the park and the historic buildings.
There is a $3 per ticket cancellation fee if credit card payment is made prior to the lecture and a refund is needed. Call to RSVP (520) 398-2252 or RSVP via our website. If you have additional questions, call or email us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Lasseter will also be telling fascinating stories on: Saturdays: November 20th, December 18th, January 15th, and February 19th.
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