Fri, Dec 18 | AZ Speaks Virtual Live

AZ Speaks Virtual - Nevertheless She Persisted! Women Who Made a Difference on the Arizona Frontier

The Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 East Skoog Blvd.) and AZ Speaks presents ‘Nevertheless She Persisted! Women Who Made a Difference on the Arizona Frontier’. Meet an array of early Arizona women who endured troubles and hardships, along with achieving amazing feats.
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AZ Speaks Virtual - Nevertheless She Persisted! Women Who Made a Difference on the Arizona Frontier

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Dec 18, 2020, 3:00 PM
AZ Speaks Virtual Live

About the Event

The Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 East Skoog Blvd.) and Arizona Humanities AZ Speaks presents ‘Nevertheless She Persisted! Women Who Made a Difference on the Arizona Frontier’ – Registration Required.  Meet an array of early Arizona women who endured troubles and hardships, along with achieving amazing feats and triumphs during the territory’s early days, bringing a unique perspective to a harsh, strange country. Some of these women faced and fought discrimination, some laid down their lives. Learn about Native women warriors and peacemakers as well as women who rode into the territory to discover a completely different way of life. Journey back to a time in history when women explored, conquered, settled, and civilized this raw, new land. This presentation celebrates Arizona women who persisted and persevered in their quest to explore, discover, and conquer new lands and new beginnings.

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