Origins of Scottsdale: Mexican families piece together Old Town history

By Melissa Rosequist | Scottsdale Independent

Circled around a large wooden table, enjoying their morning coffee in a meeting room at a local church, a world of knowledge unknown to the everyday Scottsdale resident is being shared about the origins of the city.

From afar, the sound of deep-belly laughter and teasing can be overheard, while a close familiarity can be felt by a stranger passing by.

The weekly Tuesday morning meetings at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 7655 E. Main Street, is not the run-of-the-mill meet-up for Scottsdale residents. These individuals have deep ties to each other, and the Scottsdale community.

Just a stone’s throw from where the group meets every week, are the locations of where their family and childhood homes once stood.

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