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A
Aguila
Ajo
Alpine -
Apache Junction
Arivaca -
Ashfork
Avondale

B
Bagdad
Benson
Bisbee
Black Canyon City
Bouse
Brenda
Buckeye
Bullhead City

C
Camp Verde
Carefree
Casa Grande
Cave Creek
Chandler
Chino Valley
Chloride
Clarkdale
Clifton/Morenci
Coolidge
Cottonwood
Crown King

D
Dewey-Humboldt
Dolan Springs
Douglas
Duncan

E
Eagar
Ehrenberg
El Mirage
Eloy

F
Flagstaff
Florence
Fountain Hills

G
Gila Bend
Gilbert
Glendale
Globe
Goodyear
Green Valley
Greer
Guadalupe

H
Hayden
Heber
Holbrook
Hope
Huachuca City

J
Jerome
Joseph City

K
Kearny
Kingman

L
Lake Havasu City
Lake Powell
Litchfield Park

M
Mammoth
Marana
Maricopa
Mayer
Mesa

N
Nogales

O
Oatman
Oracle
Oro Valley

P
Page
Paradise Valley
Parker
Patagonia
Payson
Pearce & Sunsite
Peoria
Phoenix
Pima -
Pine & Strawberry
Pinetop-Lakeside
Prescott
Prescott Valley

Q
Quartzsite
Queen Creek

R
Rio Rico

S
Safford
Sahuarita
Saint Johns
Salome & Wenden
San Manuel
Scottsdale
Sedona
Show Low
Sierra Vista
Snowflake
Somerton
Sonoita
South Tucson
Springerville
Sun City
Sun City West
Sun Lakes
Superior
Surprise

T
Taylor
Tempe
Thatcher
Tolleson
Tombstone
Tonopah
Tuba City
Tubac
Tucson

V
Verde Valley

W
Wellton
Wenden
Wickenburg
Willcox
Williams
Winkelman
Winslow

Y
Yarnell Peeples Valley -
Young
Youngtown
Yuma


Arizona was the 48th state in the USA; it became a state on February 14, 1912.
State Abbreviation - AZ
State Capital - Phoenix
Largest City - Phoenix
Area - 114,006 square miles [Arizona is the 6th biggest state in the USA]
Population - 5,130,632 (as of 2000) [Arizona is the 20th most populous state in the USA]
Major Industries - mining (copper, molybdenum, gold, and silver), manufacturing, and tourism

Major Rivers - Colorado River, Little Colorado River, Gila River, Bill Williams River
Major Lakes - Lake Mead, Lake Havasu, Lake Mohave, Theodore Roosevelt Lake, San Carlos Lake, Lake Powell
Highest Point - Humphreys Peak - 12,633 feet (3,581 m) above sea level
Bordering - California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah
Bordering Country - Mexico

Origin of the Name Arizona - The word Arizona comes from one of the following (its origin is not certain): the Aztec Indian word "arizuma," that means "silver-bearing," from the Tohono O'odham Indian word "Aleh-zone" which means "small spring," or the Pima Indian word "Ali shonak" which also means "small spring."
State Nickname - Grand Canyon State
State Motto - "Ditat Deus," God Enriches
State Song - Arizona March Song

Dinosaur Fossils Found in Arizona - Ammosaurus, Anchisaurus, Anomoepus, Chindesaurus, Coelophysis, Dilophosaurus, Eubrontes, Massospondylus, Navahopus, Revueltosaurus, Rioarribasaurus, Scutellosaurus, Segisaurus, Sonorasaurus, Syntarsus

Arizona State Symbols and Emblems:
State Flag
The official state flag of Arizona was officially adopted on February 17, 1917. It was designed by Colonel Charles W. Harris (adjutant general and chief administrative officer of Arizona) and was first sewn by Nan D. Hayden.

The 13 yellow and red rays represent both the Sun's rays and the original 13 colonies of the United of America. The colors red and yellow are used because they were the colors of the flag of the Spanish conquistadors led by Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, who entered Arizona in 1540 (looking for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola). The copper-colored star in the middle represents copper mining, since Arizona produces more copper than any other state in the USA.

Arizona was the 48th state in the USA; it was admitted in 1912 (it had been part of Mexico before the Mexican War).

Animal Symbols:
State Bird
Cactus wren
State Mammal
Ringtail
State Reptile
Arizona Ridgenose Rattlesnake

State Amphibian
Arizona Tree Frog
State Fish
Arizona trout
State Insect
Two-tailed Swallowtail
Papilio multicaudatus

Plant Symbols:
State Flower
Saguaro Cactus Blossom

State Tree
Palo Verde

Earth Symbols:
State Fossil
Petrified wood
State Gemstone
Turquoise
State Soil
Arizona Casa - Grande
(unofficial).

Miscellaneous Symbols:
State Neckwear
The bolo tie
State Colors
Blue and old gold