Tastes & Treasures II: A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona published by the Historical League, Inc. 2018
Volume I 2007 Regional winner of the Tabasco Community Cookbook award
Organized in 1979, the Historical League, Inc., a 501(c)(3), is a fundraising arm of the AZ Heritage Center (formerly Arizona Historical Society Museum),
a Smithsonian affiliate, at Papago Park, Tempe, Arizona.
Honored by the Historical League as a Historymaker in 2017, Rev. Dr. Stewart continues to be recognized.
From the Arizona Republic:
Longtime Civil rights activist the Rev. Dr. Warren H. Stewart Sr. is slated to be recognized during halftime of Monday’s Phoenix-San Antonio game as part of several activities on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Stewart a prominent leader in the effort for Arizona to adopt the holiday honoring King in the late 1980s and early '90s, after a holiday that had been put in place was rescinded by then-Gov. Evan Mecham. After several years of ongoing controversy and national publicity -- including the NFL vowing to withhold bringing a Super Bowl to the state -- voters approved adoption of the holiday in 1992, after an initial vote had failed two years earlier.