5 edition of Interesting facts about the state of Arizona found in the catalog.
Originally published: London: Faber, 1996.
|LC Classifications||PR6066.O497 I58 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||2005362712|
Arizona became the 48th state on Febru , the last of the contiguous states to be admitted into the Union. Arizona is roughly the size of Italy. The amount of copper on the roof of the Capitol building is equivalent to 4,, pe. Here are 15 interesting facts and statistics about U of A: 1. University of Arizona was founded in , before Arizona was a state. 2. Before U of A student body president and revered football quarterback John “Button” Salmon died in , his last words to his teammates were “Tell them tell the team to bear down.”.
- Explore ajlibrary's board "Arizona Books for Kids", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Books, Childrens books and Arizona pins. Full of interesting and educational facts and trivia about the Grand Canyon State. Enjoy hours of fun testing your friend's and family's knowledge about Arizona and the Southwest. A great reference book for the home, office and classroom. The author, James E. Cook, is an Arizona native who has spent his life writing about Arizona.3/5(1). 7. Although many people think of desert when they picture Arizona, there are million acres of National Forest in the state, and about one-fourth of the state is forested. The largest forest in Arizona is made up of Ponderosa Pine. 8. Tombstone, Arizona is home to the largest flowering rose bush in the world.
The state flag consists of alternating red and yellow rays that represent the 13 original colonies and the western setting sun. The red and yellow are based on the colors of the Spanish flag that Coronado carried into the region. The bottom half of the flag is the same color blue found in the U. S. flag. The copper star identifies Arizona as. Arizona was the 48th state in the Union, and the last of the contiguous United States to be made a state; so for that reason, here are 48 facts about Arizona. 1. Women in Arizona were granted the right to vote in , eight years before national suffrage. Arizona was the 48 th state in the USA; it became a state on Febru State Abbreviation - AZ State Capital - Phoenix Largest City - Phoenix Area - , square miles [Arizona is the 6th biggest state in the USA] Population - 6,, (as of ) [Arizona is the 15th most populous state in the USA] Name for Residents - Arizonans Major Industries - .
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SyntaxTextGen not activated Arizona: A Panoramic History of pdf Frontier State by Marshall Trimble This is pdf first book published by Arizona’s State Historian and was the best comprehensive history of the state, covering topics such as the Hohokam, Spanish entrada, fur trappers, transportation, military encounters with native tribes, mining, ranching and damming the rivers.
So, in celebration of Flag Day—which is on June 14th annually—we've download pdf up the most interesting facts about each state flag in America. Get ready to find out which state flag has a little bit of U.K. in it, which flag isn't rectangular, and what all those colors in Colorado's iconic banner stand : Ashley Moor.Arizona is in the Southwest Region ebook the United States and has many interesting features that separate it from the rest!
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