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Kimberly Craft interviews Christopher Carroll about his family history, and plans to develop a park celebrating the centennial.

Arizona Centennial Honors Pioneers

Pocket park planned for historic city center

Kimberly Craft and Lawrence Rosen Ph.D., a professor of anthropology at Princeton University, discuss the cultural and social significance of current events.

Understanding the Middle East

Anthropologist Lawrence Rosen discusses epicenter of unrest

We visit the historic Camp Naco.

History Moment: Camp Naco

Community comes together to rebuild historic border fort

History Moment: Ft. Lowell Historical District

Tucson works to preserve the rich history of the Fort Lowell neighborhood

A Conversation with Edith Head

Actress and director Susan Claassen talks about taking on the persona of an outspoken Hollywood icon, the legendary designer Edith Head.

Web Feature: Saving the Mountain View

On Ft. Huachuca, one community group fights to preserve a long-forgotten piece of black history

One laboratory on the University of Arizona campus explores the skeletal secrets animals leave behind.

A Visit to the Bone Lab

The Arizona State Museum's Stanley J. Olsen Laboratory of Zooarchaeology explores the skeletal secrets that animals leave behind

The Steep Cost of Statehood

In honor of Black History Month and the start of Arizona's Centennial year, AZPM explores the legacy of segregation

History Moment: Eckbo Fountains

Modernist fountains that have graced Downtown since 1971 now at risk

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is on display this month at the Arizona State Museum. Although the treaty is more than 170 years old, it's considered a living document because it continues to shape people's lives in very concrete ways, particularly their relationship to natural resources such as water and grazing.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

A Brief History of Segregation

Explore the legacy of segregation, and the uphill journey that many African Americans had to make to get an equal education no more than a generation or two from today.

Kimberly Craft interviews Chrystal Carpenter, Manuscript and Congressional Archivist at the University of Arizona

Dismantling a Shrine

UMC memorial archivist preserves the past for the future

Senator Jon Kyl discusses the impact of the shift in power in Congress in a November episode of *Arizona Illustrated*.

Kyl Wrapping Up Service

Arizona's junior senator is ready to walk away

Kimberly Craft and Ron Willson, the Chief Magistrate of City of South Tucson, discuss Black History Month.

"Mentor-Man" Reflects on Roots

During Black History month and every month, one judge teaches students the value of diversity

Web Feature: Keepers of the Story

A handful of Tucsonans work to keep Arizona's Black history alive

Kimberly Craft and guest discuss the historic Marist College.

History Moment: Marist College

Built in 1915, Marist College is the only example of a three-story adobe building in Arizona--and home to a rich history

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