Stanley C. Brown

After retiring in 1991 as a United Methodist pastor, Stanley C. Brown continues working as a historian, publishing numerous papers and writing newspaper columns about the Apache war and the settlement of Arizona Territory.

With his wife Ruth, they made their home in the central mountains of Arizona, where Stan became the official town historian of Payson and the historian for the Rim Country Museum.

In 2004 the Browns moved to Arizona's first territorial capital, Prescott, where Stan continues his research and writing.