Personal & Family Histories
Thomas Keith Marshall
During his life, Tom Marshall was a farm laborer, gold miner, university student, newspaper editor, politician, crusader, avid photographer and husband of one of the most powerful women in Tucson history. Over the three-decade period that he lived in Tucson, Tom Marshall took several hundred photographs that documented his community.
Widely known for the hardware store that bears its name, the Ronstadt family has made a remarkable contribution to the cultural and commercial history of the U.S. Southwest. This internet exhibition records the contributions of a pioneer Tucson family and features some of the abundant historical materials relating to Tucson's past, which are preserved for posterity in the UA Libraries' Special Collections.
Bienvenidos. In the latter part of the 19th century Walter Pentland, an amateur photographer and mining engineer, worked in Mexico.
Welcome to The Descendants of Jose Ignacio Moraga: Commander of the Tucson Presidio.
According to the Moraga Historical Society, located in Moraga, California, the earliest of my ancestors came to the New World in 1604. Their name was Moraga. It is believed that they came from the high Basque country in northern Spain. This web site is a geneological tour of my family. To begin the tour, on the family crests in the banner at the top of the page and use thses images to navigate through the website.