Arizona Archives Alliance
Serving the archival community in the great state of Arizona.
AzAA supports the work of archivists through scholarships, event planning and training.
Through our website, blog, newsletter and social media sites we act as a communication hub for archivists in Arizona.
We advocate for archivists and archival collections in the state.
July 2022 by Kaitlin D’Amico, MA, MLIS, CA, GARA, Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records July marks the start of when many Arizonians start receiving their mail-in ballots. Unsurprisingly, Arizona is one of the states with the highest percentage of mail-in ballots across the country. Voting and politics are deeply intertwined as the submittedContinue reading “AzAA Blog Post July 2022”
The History of Juneteenth in Tucson Perri Pyle, archivist, Arizona Historical Society On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, bringing word that the war had ended and the enslaved people of the Gulf Coast island were free. Celebrations of June 19th – known early on as “Emancipation Day” or “Jubilee Day,” andContinue reading “AzAA Blog Post June 2022”
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