The Sharlot Hall Museum is closed Wednesday, March 1, and Thursday, March 2, due to weather.
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Sharlot M. Hall
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Who Was Sharlot Hall?
A woman ahead of her time, Sharlot M. Hall spearheaded the cause to preserve Arizona’s history and artifacts during the early 1900s. After persuading the City of Prescott to purchase the “Old Governor’s Mansion” as a historic property, she opened the Museum’s doors to the public in 1928.
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by Drew Desmond As soon as news reached Prescott of William “Buckey” O’Neill’s death in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, one of his closest friends,
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