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         Arizona Maps Geography:     more books (17)
  1. Historical Atlas of Arizona by Henry Pickering Walker, Don Bufkin, 1986-10
  2. An Outline Map Atlas for Arizona Classrooms
  3. Rm Flagstaff/ Grand Canyon, Arizona (Rand McNally City Maps) by Phoenix Mapping Service, 2001-01
  4. Geology and Geography of the Zion Park Region, Utah and Arizona. by Herbert E. Gregory, 1950
  5. Arizona Highways, May 1960 (Yavapai County) (Vol. 36, No. 5) by Pauline Henson, Charles Franklin Parker, et all 1960
  6. Atlas of historic maps of Cochise County, Arizona by Brad Smith, 1997
  7. A Poster of Arizona Gloss Laminated by Robert Waldmire, 1983
  8. Placer Gold Deposits of Arizona (Original Geological Survey Bulletins) by Maureen G. Johnson, 1987-01
  9. Arizona Wildlife Viewing Guide (Watchable Wildlife) (Watchable Wildlife (Adventure Publications)) by Sharen Adams, 2007-10-30
  10. Arizona's Yesterday by John H. Cady and Basil Woon, 2009-07-28
  11. Seri Maps.: An article from: Journal of the Southwest by James Hills, 2000-09-22
  12. Thomas Guide 2006 Phoenix, Arizona: Including Maricopa County; Street Guide (Phoenix Metro Street Guide)
  13. The Penguin Map of the World: Revised Edition (World Maps) by Michael Middleditch, 2002-08-01
  14. Seri Concepts of Place.: An article from: Journal of the Southwest by Charles Hine, James Hills, 2000-09-22

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87. Quiz - 06/01/98 - Geography
This weekly fivequestion geography trivia quiz offers no prizes, only a chance A.San Diego, California B. Yuma, arizona C. Tucson, arizona D. Alamogordo, New
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Week of June 1, 1998 This weekly five-question geography trivia quiz offers no prizes, only a chance to test your geographical knowledge. 1. What is the largest city in the Amazon basin? A. Sucre
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88. Largest Counties - Smallest Counties - Largest Metro Areas
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Largest Counties - Smallest Counties - Largest Metro Areas Census Bureau Releases 2000 Population Data for Counties and Metro Areas Related Resources 1998 Metropolitan Areas Population Estimates
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January 1, 2002 The United States Census Bureau recently released population data for counties and metropolitan areas based on the 2000 Census. Below are lists of the fifteen most populous counties, fifteen least populous counties, and the fifteen most populous metropolitan areas. Largest Counties Rank County 2000 Pop. Los Angeles Co., California Cook Co., Illinois

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    92. Utah Points Of Interest - Geography
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    Between the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and the Utah state boundary line lies an area commonly referred to as the Arizona Strip. Here a colorful history blends the long past of Native Americans in the area with the culture of Spanish explorers and Mormon settlers. The prehistory of the Arizona Strip area goes back at least eight thousand years. The aborigines of that time, identified as the Archaic people, were big game hunters and gatherers. In time, the people became villagers, often referred to as "basketmakers." The Anasazi are thought to have inhabited the Strip for a time, and the area was later inhabited by the Paiute Indians. The Paiutes' dominance of the area diminished as they encountered the Europeans. The European era apparently commenced with the exploratory journey of Fathers Dominguez and Escalante in 1776. Returning from Utah Valley to Santa Fe, they wintered in the Arizona Strip, fording the Colorado River at what is now called the "Crossings of the Fathers."

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    94. Arizona Vital Records - How To Obtain Records Of Birth Death Marriage And Divorc
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    Phoenix, AZ 85030 Phone: (602) 255-3260 Check or money order should be made payable to Office of Vital Records . Personal checks are accepted. Call (this is a recorded message) or visit the Web site to verify current fees. Application forms are available on the Web site. Applicants must submit a copy of picture identification or have their request notarized. Web Site: Arizona Office of Vital Records Event: Birth Dates: From July 1903 Cost of copy: Birth records prior to 1950 $9.00, from 1950 to the present $6.00; non-certified genealogical copies $2.00

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