Pima Community College's Community Education Series

  • Diana Hadley: "300 Years of Ranching in Southern Arizona." Diana Hadley is Head of the Office of Ethnohistorical Research/Documentary Relations of the Southwest at the Arizona State Museum and a local rancher. November 7, 2008

  • Casey Dennis: "The Riggs Family and Its Involvement in Cattle Ranching in Southeastern Arizona." Casey Dennis is a rancher and a descendant of the Riggs family, a ranching family with more than 130 years of cattle ranching in southeastern Arizona. November 7, 2008

  • Bill Kalt, a lifelong educator and author of Tucson Was a Railroad Town, presented "A History of the Railroad in Tucson." October 23, 2008

  • Richard Dick, railroad historian and committee member of the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum, presented "Echos of Southern Arizona Railroads: Railroad Development - 1880 to Present." October 23, 2008
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