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Phoenix, Arizona Historical Images
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For blog posts go to HistoryAdventuring.com
For blog posts go to HistoryAdventuring.com

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For the Phoenix History Adventuring blog Patreon page, which is updated daily, go to https://www.patreon.com/PhoenixHistoryAdventuring

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I just updated my Patreon Phoenix History Adventuring page. The public posts are free, you don't have to click on anything or follow, or anything. Hopefully I set it up correctly, if not, please let me know - I'm making this stuff up as I go along, you know! - Brad

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I just figured this out just now. I mean just this minute. You can follow my Patreon Phoenix History Adventuring page for free, there's no need to be a supporter. Click on "follow" and all of the public posts will be available to you for free. Enjoy! - Brad Go to > https://www.patreon.com/PhoenixHistoryAdventuring
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I’ve been getting things organized on Patreon, using the scheduling function. This what I have so far, the History Adventuring blog posts shared every morning, and for the higher tier supporters, aerials, “then and now” photos, and billboards, and for the PhD (Phoenix History Detective) level supporters also super high-resolution images of historic Phoenix. It’s a lot of work, but it’s a labor of love for me - thank you for your support to keep the adventure continuing! - Brad

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If you like my Phoenix history adventuring blogs, please support me on Patreon, which you can do for as little as a dollar a month (really!). I’d like to continue doing the blog, which I know that a lot of people like, and if that’s you, please become a supporter of mine on Patreon. I will be posting my Phoenix History Adventuring blog daily there, along with some other cool stuff, like “then and now” pics, aerials, billboards, etc. Thank you for walking with me

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Hi guys - I’ll be wandering off for a much-needed vacation in a couple of weeks, and I won’t be posting here. The history adventuring blog will still be posted daily on Patreon (I finally figured out how to do the scheduling function!). And I really do appreciate your support, and enthusiasm!

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Some techno-nerdy stuff about images, pixels, and resolution for those who are interested, from my professional blog

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I just love to time-travel. Sometimes I just like to remember my younger days, sometimes I like to travel to places beyond my personal experience. I don’t just want to read about history, I want to step into it, to live it. And it suddenly struck me this morning that I would have to be able to understand how ordinary people spoke in order to communicate with the people that I meet in my time-travels. In this blog post, I get started on figuring out how ordinary people spoke in old-time Phoenix, going from the 1990s to the 1970s
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