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Arizona statehood history

  • Arizona became a state on February 14, 1912
  • Arizona became one of the final states
  • It was given to the USA on 1848
  • It became a separated state on 1863
  • It was originally part of New Mexico


Arizona got its name from Ali-Shonak or Aleh-zon, the native name of an area in Arizona, which sounds like the word for "small spring.
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Famous People

1. Brandon Rowland-Instagram star

2.Kalani Hilliker-dancer

3.Nikki Bella-Wrestler

4.Joe Jonas-Pop singer

5.Brynn Rumfallo-dancer

State Trivia

  • Arizona is home of the Grand Canyon National Park
  • The Ringtail is the official state mammal
  • In 1926, the Southern Pacific Railroad connected Arizona with the eastern states
  • Arizona's most abundant mineral is copper
  • Arizona became the 48th state on February 14, 1912
  • Rising to a height of 12,643 feet, Mount Humphreys north of Flagstaff is the state's highest mountain
  • The colors blue and gold are the official state colors
  • Located in Fountain Hills is a fountain believed to be the tallest in the world
  • The Apache trout is considered a threatened species under the federal Endangered Species Act
  • The state cactus' age is determined by its height


Arizona has a desert that goes on for miles and miles. It has the best soil to grow certain crops to help Arizona's economy. Arizona is one of the best places to grow cacti, weeds, etc.

About the author

Stryker Green is an exellent gamer and he loves to find out new things about animals and plants. He wants to find more things on the internet so he could be even smarter