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The first governor of Arizona Territory was John Goodwin, appointed to the position by Abraham Lincoln in 1863. It was he who choose the site for the capitol of the territory, apparently for what it was not — which was … Continue reading
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“Who’s tweeting in here?!” someone yelled from the back of the Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture in Prescott, Arizona. I popped my head out of the exhibit room where I’d been…tweeting. The woman who had yelled was … Continue reading