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Arizona Pathfinders Annual Meeting and Pot Luck
March 14 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Join Arizona Pathfinders Annual Meeting and Pot Luck
March 14, 2019 6:00 PM
Arizona History Museum Auditorium 949 East Second Street, Tucson AZ
Program: Why Jewish Emigrants settled in Tucson in the Mid-1800’s
Our presenter for this program is Bettina Lyons, Granddaughter of Albert Steinfeld and author of Zeckendorfs and Steinfelds, Merchant Princes of the American Southwest.
“Have you ever wondered why there were so many Jewish pioneers who made Tucson their home in the 1800’s?
“My Jewish ancestors emigrated from Germany to New York City beginning in 1844. They
made the long difficult journey to New Mexico and eventually to Tucson, Arizona Territory.”
This is a Pot Luck Dinner so bring a dish to share. Board Members provide dessert and coffee for all attendees. This event is free and open to the public. Bring your friends and introduce them to Arizona’s history.
The Arizona Pathfinders, Inc. is an organization of dedicated volunteers whose purpose is to support the Arizona Historical Society, Southern Division. You can visit Pathfinders at www.azpathfinders.org, “like” us on Facebook. More information is available from email@example.com.
Free parking is available one block west of the Arizona History Museum in the ArizonaHistorical Society garage. This is at the northeast corner of East Second Street and North Euclid Avenue. Use the East Second Street entrance and drive straight in.