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    The Arizona Historical Society

    In 1864 the first Territorial Legislature incorporated the Arizona Historical Society.  Since that time the society has been successful in helping to preserve the heritage that is part of Arizona’s history. 

    As a state wide organization, the society strives "to Collect, Preserve, Interpret and Disseminate the History of Arizona, the West, and New Mexico as it Pertains to Arizona."

    The symbol for the society is often mistaken for an Indian symbol or a fanciful “A” which can be seen at the lower half of the symbol.  In truth, this is the symbol for copper.  As copper, for over a century, has had a huge impact on the development of the state, it seemed fitting to use it.

    In the 1880’s a group of pioneering men more or less started a club to watch out for each other and to socialize and assist each other if one of them had needs.  Additionally they decided to place their biographies in a central location.  Another member began taking photographs and almost by accident, the society was born.

    The society operates in four cities in Arizona.  They are Yuma, Flagstaff, Tempe and Tucson.

    In Tucson, three museums are run by the Historical Society.  They are the Main Museum,  The Downtown Museum and the Fort Lowell Museum.

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