By Wayne Wheelwright
This publication is a part of a sequence of fifty speedy evidence approximately all of the u . s .. This ebook covers the kingdom of Arizona. evidence concerning the significant towns, the historical past of the kingdom, well-known humans associated with Arizona and lots of extra topics. This booklet includes all you'll ever want to know concerning the Copper kingdom.
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The Gadsden purchase was the last major acquisition of territory in the contiguous United States. In the mid 19th century Arizona’s population boomed with the California gold rush leading as many as 50,000 miners to travel across the state. During the Civil War citizens were hopeful of takeover by the Confederacy but in March 1962 Union troops captured the Confederate Territory of Arizona and returned it to the New Mexico Territory. In 1863 the united States split up New Mexico creating the Arizona Territory.
Apache County, Cochise County, Coconino County, Gila County, Graham County, Greenlee County, La Paz County, Maricopa County, Mohave County, Navajo County, Pima County, Pinal County, Santa Cruz County, Yavapai County and Yuma County. Around 65% of the population of the state of Arizona resides in Maricopa County which by population is the fourth largest county in the United States and even has a higher population than 24 of the states. With it being such a large state Arizona experiences a large variety of localised climate conditions.
The rising cost of water meant the growth of cotton gradually became less and less profitable and the employment of the state moved towards manufacturing and by 1985 half of the workers of Arizona were working for high technology firms. The state capital and largest city of the state of Arizona is the city of Phoenix. 5 million people. Residents of Phoenix are known as Phoenicians. After its founding in 1861 Phoenix was incorporated as a city in 1881. Phoenix is the county seat of Maricopa County and serves as the anchor of the Phoenix metropolitan area which is also known as the Valley of the Sun.
50 Quick Facts about Arizona by Wayne Wheelwright