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History of the Historian: Sharlot Hall

History of the Historian: Sharlot Hall

Don’t let this picture of Sharlot Hall fool you. She may look gentle enough, but in 1926, around the time this picture was taken, she got the only slaughtering license ever issued to a woman and was quite proud of it. Her acclaim does not stem from this dubious distinction however, but rather from her work as a writer and a historian.

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Stargazer

Stargazer

This is Percival Lowell, founder of Flagstaff’s Lowell Observatory and early-day astronomer. He spent the better part of a lifetime probing the solar system — gazing into the lens of this Clark 24-inch refractor telescope (now a registered national historic landmark) from atop Mars Hill in Flagstaff.

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Arizona election challenges go viral (access required)

Arizona election challenges go viral <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

It all started with Scott Fistler changing his name to Cesar Chavez. Then Republican and Democratic candidates were accused fo forgery and congressional candidate Mary Rose Wilcox mistakenly attacked Ruben Gallego over his own name change. The Arizona Capitol Times explores those and other 2014 election challenges.

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