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State of Arizona
Official State Seal

Population:
6,180,500

Under 18:
1,866,669

Over 65:
820,391

Employed:
3,201,366

Land in SM:
113,634.57

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
26,577,586

Births:
96,199

Deaths:
45,827

Infant Deaths:
653

Property Crime:
278,920

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Historical Ranches in Arizona | eHow.com

In addition to canyons, cacti, cliff dwellings and Spanish missions, Arizona is home to a variety of historic ranches. ... History of Canyon Ranch.
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Arizona History Activities | eHow.com

Arizona's history is a fascinating story of conquest and settlement in the stunning landscape of this western state. Arizona's multicultural past and present can make ...
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How to Search for Property History in Phoenix, AZ | eHow.com

All property in Phoenix, Arizona, is monitored by the Maricopa County Assessor's office. The Maricopa County Assessor's office is responsible for assessing and ...
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History of Bullhead City, Arizona | eHow.com

Bullhead City owes its much of its history to its strategic location along the Colorado River, a waterway that has in turn brought river-based commerce, public works ...
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Preservation & Public History Degrees in Arizona | eHow.com

Several universities in Arizona offer a general history undergraduate degree or degrees that concentrate on specific areas of public history. Students can also ...
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