All pictures are from the Library of Congress Prospect Park Photos. When the sheep were moved from Central Park, their new home for a period of time was here.
Prospect Park Sheep Historic Pictures
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It came to my attention a few years ago that the sheep industry in Arizona was disappearing. I love history, traveling to new places and research. These have been combined in researching this history. I am an independent researcher and speaker and also part of AZ Speaks with the Arizona Humanities. I hold a BA in Anthropology, a MA and Ph.D. in geography. My masters was in land use geography and the Ph.D. was more in historical geography. I love to travel and have visited all seven continents and more than 50 countries. I am a member of the Women Writing the West. View all posts by arizonasheephistory
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THE SHEEP GRAZING ALL THAT GREEN GRASS IS LOVELY.
I love it at presentations when I get information about sheep grazing in Arizona or other states. The information on Central Park and Prospect Park was a jewel. I have talked about it at several presentations now. I wanted you to know Dolly that I may be speaking at the Sedona Library in the next couple of weeks and I will be presenting sheep families at the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival in June. The dates for the festival are June 1 and 2. Now set time or day for my talk yet, but I will post when I do know.