2 edition of Arizona found in the catalog.
|Statement||Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company|
|Publishers||Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company|
|LC Classifications||May 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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According to the Arizona Blue Book published by the 's office each yearthe state population in 1910 was 294,353. In addition to the internationally knownwhich is one of thethere are several, and. Forging the Copper Collar, Arizona's Labor-Management War, 1901—1921. Each Legislature covers a two-year period. The Arizona census reported the population of "Arizona County" to be 6,482, of Arizona 4,040 were listed as "Indians", 21 as "free colored", and 2,421 as "white".
The capital was later in a series of controversial moves as different regions of the territory gained and lost political influence with the growth and development of the territory.
During the 1847—1848the occupied the national capital of and pursued its claim to much of northern Mexico, including what later became in 1863 and later the State of Arizona in 1912.
The earliest Arizona earthquakes were recorded aton the side of the. State judicial branch [ ] The is the highest court in Arizona, consisting of a chief justice, a vice chief justice, Arizona five associate justices. Attempts Arizona suppress native identities included forcing the children to cut their hair, to take and use English names, to speak only English, and to practice Christianity rather than their native religions. Earthquakes [ ] Generally, Arizona is at low risk of earthquakes, except for the southwestern portion which is at moderate risk due to Arizona proximity to southern California.
from the original on January 14, 2019. A few months earlier, just west of Nogales, an Indian War battle had occurred, considered the last engagement in thewhich lasted from 1775 to 1918. The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in their favor.2018, Mexican Workers and the Making of Arizona.
6 kilometers wide and 570 feet 170 m deep.
About one-quarter of the state [ ] is made up of that serve as the home of , including the , the largest in the state and the United States, with more than 300,000 citizens.
The struck this restriction down in 2013.