These newsletters were published to update those interested in the Wrangell Garnet Ledge as well as to obtain more information on the women.
Anna Durkee’s Arizona Mining Years appear in two books by author Wynne Brown.
How did Arizona become the amazing state that it is today you may wonder? More than Petticoats: Remarkable Arizona Women recognizes the women who shaped “The Grand Canyon State.” Female teachers, writers, entrepreneurs, and artists from across the state are illuminated through short biographies and archival photographs and paintings
Moving portraits of seventeen independent women who helped make Arizona what it is today
Remarkable Arizona Women profiles the lives of seventeen of the state’s most fascinating figures—women from across Arizona, from many different backgrounds, and from various walks of life. Read about Sister Mary Fidelia McMahon, designer of a thriving Tucson hospital; Sharlot Mabridth Hall, poet and territorial historian; Pearl Hart, the original lady bandit; and Polingaysi Qöyawayma, a Hopi educator of thousands of young people. The third edition features new biographies.