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The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa – Buckeye
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The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa – Buckeye

January 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Buckeye Valley Museum, 116 E Hwy 85
Buckeye, AZ 85326 United States
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Anyone who has ever stared down an angry bull coming full throttle across an arena will understand why rodeo photographer Louise Serpa often uttered the adage, “Never Don’t Pay Attention.” Born into New York society, Louise ended up out west with her nose buried in the dirt & her eye glued to a camera, becoming... Read More

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Empire to Las Cienegas NCA: Ranching and Historic Landscape Change – Arivaca

January 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Arivaca Old School House, 17080 W. 4th St
Arivaca, AZ 85601 United States
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The Empire Ranch, built by Walter Vail and family, was one of the most financially successful and long-lived cattle enterprises in Arizona. For over 140 years, the owners of the Empire wisely managed its natural resources – soils, waters, and vegetation in the Cienega Valley. Today those grasslands are some of the richest and most... Read More

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Set in Stone but Not in Meaning: Southwestern Indian Rock Art – Kingman

January 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Mohave Museum of History and Arts, 400 W. Beale St.
Kingman, AZ 86401 United States
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Ancient Indian pictographs (rock paintings) and petroglyphs (symbols carved or pecked on rocks) are claimed by some to be forms of writing for which meanings are known. However, are such claims supported by archaeology or by Native Americans themselves? Mr. Dart illustrates southwestern petroglyphs and pictographs, and discusses how even the same rock art symbol... Read More

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Four Corners: The Southwest’s Cultural Crossroad – Patagonia

January 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Patagonia Public Library, 346 Duquesne, PO Box 415
Patagonia, AZ 85624 United States
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From mammoth hunters and canal builders to Native Americans, Hispanics, Americans, Irish, Serbians, and just about every nationality under the sun, Arizona has always been a land of many cultures. And while the Earps and the Geronimo are world famous, Arizona can also be proud of its unsung men and women and cooperative communities. Here... Read More

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