Arizona History Comes to You

Arizona history:

  • a governor who championed women’s suffrage
  • an ancient trail between winter and summer homes
  • a log cabin schoolhouse, lovingly maintained

These are just a few of the sites from Arizona history for you to visit in these pages or out in the field.


Welcome to Arizona
, a land of fascinating history, natural wonders, and friendly people. For over a century, the Arizona State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (ASDAR), has been promoting historic preservation in Arizona by placing markers at historic sites or to commemorate people and events important to Arizona’s history.

Experience some of the fascinating history of Arizona on these pages. Or, better yet, venture out and find the markers for yourself using the helpful location information provided. Please note that this website is designed for ease of use from your phone to enhance your marker visits.

Arizona: Historical Markers by County

Arizona: Historical Markers by Installation Date

Arizona Military History Markers

Arizona: Trails, Roads, and Rail

Arizona: Historical Maps

Memorials: American Revolutionary War Patriots

Memorials and Commemorations: Daughters of the American Revolution

Arizona's history in a collage of historical markers found in Arizona.

Learn more about the Arizona history sites pictured, left to right:

Since 1890, the mission of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) has been to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism. The ASDAR is the state society with 43 chapters and over 3,000 members. Learn more about DAR.

Marker history draws from One Hundred Year History of Daughters of the American Revolution in Arizona, 1900 – 2000, authored by Arizona State Regent Beth Jordan Haynes and published by Honorary State Regent Elizabeth “Beth” Bugbee.

  

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Website last updated: May 29, 2024


The content contained herein does not necessarily represent the position of NSDAR.
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Unless otherwise noted, images are courtesy of Arizona State Society DAR Daughters.

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