Category: Exhibits

Exhibits

Yavpé Ethnobotany Garden Opening

An exhibit thousands of years in the making finally opened this past December at Sharlot Hall Museum. The Yavpé Ethnobotany Garden at the Museum is an organic, living exhibit that

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‘Exploring Arizona’ Exhibit

For God, gold and glory, they came… they saw… and they conquered! Whether trapping for beaver pelts, seeking a navigable waterway, mapping a route to the west, or searching for

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Exhibits

Willard J. Page Exhibit

With his wife Ethel, he went on-the-road in their “motor home” going from town to town showcasing his wares in the early 1900s.  Willard J. Page traveled the Southwest bringing

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Exhibits

Railroad Exhibit Opens at Museum

Consider “Meeting the Four O’Clock Train,” the featured exhibit located inside the Lawler Exhibit Center on campus. For almost a century, rail service to Prescott was a critical element to

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