The Presidio Museum comes alive, allowing visitors to get a feel for life in the Presidio during the late 18th-century New Spain Period and the 19th-century Territorial Period. This month’s Living History will take a look at crime and death in Arizona from New Spain to Statehood. Visitors will be invited to “Solve the Beast of Tucson Mystery Using History” by finding clues around the Presidio and from various re-enactor demonstrations.
Lectures in the Zaguan Schedule:
11 am: Buffalo Soldiers and the Wham Payroll Robbery
11:45 am: Women Behaving Badly in Pima County: Female Criminals
1:15 pm: Murder and Mayhem: Crime in Territorial Tucson
$10/adult, $5/person ages 6-13, Pima County residents receive $3 off with proof of residency