The Patagonia Museum held our annual meeting on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 10:30 am in the Patagonia Public Library. The business meeting included the election of the Board of Trustees and was followed by a talk on “Apaches and their Horses” delivered by Archaeologist Dr. Deni Seymour.
The quarterly meeting of the Museum members was held on August 31st at 7 pm in the Library. In lieu of a speaker, German Quiroga presented a gallery of the photos the community has donated for use in upcoming displays.
The Patagonia Museum met for a brief business meeting on Friday, April 21. at 3pm in the Patagonia Public Library. Our guest speaker was Bernard G. Siquieros, an enrolled member of the Tohono O’odham Nation and the Curator of Education at Himdag Ki: Hiking, Hemu, Im B I-Ha’ap, the Tohono O’odham Nation’s Cultural Center and Museum.
The Patagonia Museum Annual Meeting was held in the Patagonia Public Library on January 21, 2017. Officers selected for 2017 were: German Quiroga, President; Bob Ollerton, Vice-President; Maureen DeLaOssa, Secretary; Mary Jane Pottebaum, Treasurer; Bob Bergier and Ralph Schmitt, Members-at-Large.
Doug Kupel, our guest speaker , noted that the schoolhouses under our care as well as the historic built environment in Patagonia could be eligible for National Register of Historic Site recognition.
The Patagonia Museum met for a brief business meeting followed by a talk by Dr. John Langellier.
Dr. Langellier spoke on the Buffalo Soldiers and his most current book: “Fighting for Uncle Sam“. Buffalo Soldiers were first posted at Fort Huachuca during the 1890’s and patrolled eastern Santa Cruz County as needed. At the conclusion of the meeting, the movie, “Sergeant Rutledge” was shown.
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