Prescott Corral of Westerners International

Fred Veil Honored with Westerners International’s Living Legends Award

At the May, 2024, Prescott Corral of Westerners’ meeting, Sheriff Shelly Dannatt presented a plaque to long-time Corral member, Fred Veil, commemorating his selection by Westerners International as a recipient of the organization’s Living Legends Award. Past Sheriff of the Prescott Corral, founding member of our annual Western History Symposium, co-creator of the Territorial Times magazine, a contributor to the Arizona History Convention and former Director of the Sharlot Hall Museum, Fred is a true Living Legend both to our organization and to the Prescott community. 

Upcoming June Meeting

The next regular meeting of the Prescott Corral of Westerners is set for Thursday, June 13, 2024, at the Kuykendall Community Center (formerly Prescott Centennial Center), 1989 Clubhouse Drive near the E.A. Love Airfield.

Bob Harner (pictured at left), a retired Instructional Designer who currently volunteers in a variety of capacities at the Sharlot Hall Museum, will present “Patent Medicines – A Cure for Everything,” a look at the once-booming business of marketing questionable (and sometimes harmful) medications to people desperate to find an alternative to 19th and early 20th century medical practices.

Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and dinner begins at 6:15 p.m. Bob’s presentation begins at 7:00 p.m.  If you have any questions about the program, please contact Sheriff Shelly Dannatt at (515) 554-6049.

Prescott Corral Bylaws and Procedures

At the September 2023 dinner meeting, the membership voted on the Prescott Corral’s revised Bylaws and Procedures. The approved documents can be accessed below.

Corral Bylaws 9-7-2023

Corral Procedures 9-7-2023

Western History Symposium

Annually, we host the Western History Symposium, a day-long series of interesting, provocative and informative talks and presentations from noted authors, researchers, historians and educators on a variety of subjects relevant to our western heritage. Now in our 21st year, the Symposium is free to the public. Check out the Symposium tab above for samples of past Symposium presentations (including links to some of the recorded talks), as well as information on the next Symposium.


The ROUNDUP, our club newsletter, is published and mailed to members around the middle of each month, and includes announcements of upcoming events. 

Territorial Times

The TERRITORIAL TIMES is a publication of the Prescott Corral, dealing mostly with Arizona territorial and early statehood history.

Western Symposium

The WESTERN HISTORY SYMPOSIUM is conducted annually by members of the Prescott Corral or Westerners International and invited speakers


If you are interested in Western history, you might be interested in membership in the Prescott Corral. Click link to download application or contact us for more information.