How Phoenix Stayed Cool
Staying cool in Phoenix during the summers was difficult, but early Phoenicians mangaged it, even without air conditioning!
Victorian eating included as many rules as there were forks on the table. Find out more about it here!
Moving on Up
Change is good! Read more about how Heritage Square is changing things up for the better.
Mapping Early Phoenix
Phoenix changes every day. Discover more about where we've been with this blog about our newest exhibit, You are Here: Mapping Early Phoenix, coming to Heritage Square this summer.
We’re No Angels, Take Two
One of the best stories we tell in the Rosson House is about the Prohibition Era bottles found there during the restoration of the House. Click here to learn more.
Victorian Food (à la 1977)
Just because the Rossons settled in the Sororan Desert didn't mean they were in a food desert! Learn more here.
A Motoring Pioneer
Lucius D. Copeland of Phoenix, AZ was one of the first inventors of the motor-operated bicycle.
We Dig It
A 1990s archaeological dig of the Heritage Square area turned up ancient prehistoric artifacts and turn-of-the-century treasures.
Decking the Halls
Victorian holidays weren't the huge splash they are today, but at least they were better than the Puritans, who would fine you for wishing them a Merry Christmas!