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Prescott's 1st Ordinances Reveal the Charm of a Small Village
Prescott, Arizona's first two ordinances (passed May 12, 1873) reveal a charming time when things were much simpler and the village was much smaller.
1912: Come to Prescott's First Chautauqua!
The true story of the first chautauqua ever held in Prescott, AZ in June, 1912. Also included is a brief description of the chautauqua movement.
1916: The Plaza's (& Arizona's) First Christmas Tree
The delightful and heartwarming story of the first Christmas tree ever erected on the Courthouse Plaza in Prescott, AZ. in 1916. It was also the first municipal tree in the State of Arizona.
The Whacky 1910 Prescott to Phoenix Automobile Race
The Running of the FIRST Arizona Gazette Auto Race: Prescott to Phoenix
Arizona Pioneers' Home: A Gibraltar of Civic Pride
The early history of the unique Arizona Pioneers Home in Prescott including why and how it was built.
The account of the first Carnegie Library in Arizona. It was brought to Prescott, AZ by a group of educated women called The Monday Club.
1903: First Automobile Drives Into Prescott
True story of the first automobile to drive into Prescott, AZ in 1903 and the city's reaction.
The early history of Arizona's first Masonic Lodge located in Prescott highlighting Morris Goldwater's role.
The Adventures of Prescott's First Motorcycle Club
The early history and races of the Yavapai County Motorcycle Club founded in Prescott, AZ in 1911.
The story of the first rodeo in Yavapai County which occurred in Williamson Valley 4 weeks prior to Prescott’s World’s Oldest Rodeo.