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The Hohokam People, Ancient Arizona Farmers

The Hohokam were one of the United States’ first great Native American civilizations. They inhabited parts of southern and central Arizona near the Salt, Gila, Verde, Santa Cruz, and San Pedro rivers from around the year 600 to around 1450 … Continue reading

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Step Back In Time By Visiting These Local History Museums

Arizona gained its statehood on February 14, 1912.┬áIt was the last of the 48 continental states to be admitted into the union. Arizona was originally a part of Mexico, the land was relinquished to the US in 1848 and became … Continue reading

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