Jan will present the Arizona Humanities presentation detailing the lives of early Arizona women.
Jan will be part of a panel at the Arizona History Convention discussing the life and literary career of Sharlot Hall along with the history of Sharlot Hall Museum.
Jan will present the stories of young girls who first lived in Arizona Territory and how they coped with the untamed land.
At 9:45 a.m., Jan will present a program detailing research methods that can be used for genealogy projects, a family history, or to delve into the lives of early Arizona pioneers. Learn how to identify primary and secondary sources, how to contact historical societies, universities, and organization specializing in genealogy research, how to start your family tree.
At 12:45 p.m., Jan will be on a panel discussing research methods.
Jan will present the stories of some of Arizona's remarkable women pioneers.
Jan will present the stories of some of Arizona's early women who had an impact on the territory and and state.
Jan will present the stories of early Arizona women who faced and fought discrimination in celebration of Women's History Month in March.
Jan will present the stories of some of Arizona's amazing women pioneers.
Jan will present the story of rodeo photographer Louise Serpa who shot the Tucson rodeo for almost 50 years. She also shot many of the Ajo rodeos.