The modern town of Mayer, AZ was not the first time this area was inhabited; at least three times previously the area was settled by indigenous, prehistoric peoples. Radiocarbon dating revealed human activity between the 6th century, AD and 1800 AD.
May 31, 2020
May 24, 2020
|Gurley Street, 1933|
Here now are 24 more images that will give the reader a taste of what is was like to live in Prescott in 1933...
May 17, 2020
|Prescott's 1st depot for the Prescott & Central Arizona RR|
As the last month of 1886 began, anticipation in the young capital of Arizona had never been higher. The Prescott and Central Arizona Railroad was inching its way south from the main Atlantic & Pacific line. It would open up Prescott to the world.
May 3, 2020
When electricity came to Prescott, it was not fully embraced. Instead, the illumination of the city came with fits and starts.