Jan CleereJan Cleere, is a historian and the author of 6 books and a regular columnist for the Arizona Daily Star. She writes extensively about the desert southwest, particularly the people who first settled the territory. Her freelance work appears in national and regional publications including Arizona Highways Magazine, Persimmon Hill Magazine, Phoenix Woman, Tucson Guide Quarterly, The Desert Leaf, Chronicle of the Old West, and Arizona Garden. In 2001, Jan received recognition from Arizona Highways Magazine for her article, "Hostess to the West," the life of Elizabeth Hudson Smith, a Black entrepreneur in Wickenburg, Arizona, during the early 1900s.
Food for Thought Session 3: Military Wives in the Arizona Territory
Instructor: Jan Cleere
|Monday, Apr 4 11:30 am – 1:30 pm|