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Brief History of Arizona From Territory to Statehood - Phoenix
Read a brief overview of Arizona history, from Arizona Territory to Arizona Statehood.
http://phoenix.about.com/od/phoenixfactsandfiction/a/Arizona-From-Territory-To-Statehood.htm
Arizona State University Historical Timeline - Phoenix - About.com
An act of the Thirteenth Legislative Assembly of Arizona Territory establishes the Territorial Normal School in Tempe. February 8, 1886. The Territorial Normal ...
http://phoenix.about.com/od/arizonastateuniversity/a/Arizona-State-University-Historical-Timeline.htm
Visiting the Arizona State Capitol Museum - Phoenix - About.com
The first territorial capital of Arizona was Fort Whipple, an army post near Prescott . The capital was later moved to Prescott. In 1867 the territorial capital was ...
http://phoenix.about.com/od/entermus/ss/Arizona-Capitol-Museum.htm
Geography of Arizona - Facts About the 48th State
Jul 24, 2010 ... 2) In 1863, Arizona became territory after New Mexico seceded from the Union two years earlier. The new Arizona Territory consisted of the ...
http://geography.about.com/od/unitedstatesofamerica/a/arizonageography.htm
Phoenix Facts - Phoenix Trivia - Arizona Trivia - About.com
Trivia and tidbits about Phoenix and the State of Arizona. ... They were used to prevent California from encroaching on Arizona territory. The name Arizona ...
http://phoenix.about.com/cs/living/a/phxtrivia01.htm
Central Arizona Ghost Towns - Phoenix - About.com
Gold, silver and copper were the natural resources that eventually led to Arizona becoming a state. Prospectors left California, came to the Arizona territory and ...
http://phoenix.about.com/cs/daytrips/a/ghosttowns01.htm
William Owen Buckey ONeil- Rough Rider - American History
His life began February 2, 1860, not in the Arizona Territory but much further east. Three places can lay claim to this great man: St. Louis, Missouri, Washington, ...
http://americanhistory.about.com/library/weekly/aa121001a.htm
US Boundary History - Geography
The original country consisted of thirteen states and territory that extended west ... between the U.S. and Mexico resulted in the purchase of Arizona, California, ...
http://geography.about.com/od/politicalgeography/a/usboundary.htm
Jerome - Arizona Ghost Towns - Phoenix - About.com
Jerome was a copper mining town and almost 3,000 inhabitants lived and worked there in 1900 making it the fourth largest city in the Arizona territory. Jerome is ...
http://phoenix.about.com/cs/daytrips/a/jerome01.htm
International Museum Day in Phoenix - Free Admission to Museums ...
Several Central Arizona Museums host special events throughout the month of May ... Conquistadors, Spanish Colonial, Mexican, Arizona Territory, Indian Wars.
http://phoenix.about.com/od/entermus/a/museumday.htm
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