We’re told to “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected.” To do so, we’ve had to change the way we communicate with our Museum members, volunteers, visiting public and our constituency base. Welcome our working plan: “#MuseumFromHome”

This is our new Museum “blog” intended to keep you informed of behind-the-scenes Museum activities and efforts during these trying times. We may be working from home… a few of us will still be on-campus handling facilities issues. We’ll be keeping our “social distancing” while we manage completion of the Education Center, respond to phone and email inquiries, maintain the grounds, handle mail and deliveries, and complete other tasks required at a 90-plus-year-old historical and heritage destination entity. In other words, we’re still here although it’s NOT “business as usual.”

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Early Women Settlers Part 1

Women settlers began arriving in Prescott in early 1864—Mary Ramos was perhaps the earliest, and her name is associated with a building on today’s Museum grounds.

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