Is Arizona the real name of Arizona?
yes Arizona is the real name of Arizona and the nickname is The Grand Canyon State =)
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usa Arizona is located to the right of California and t the left of New Mexico. And it underneath Utah. U.s.a
The U.S. Senators from Arizona are John McCain and Jeff Flake. Theyare members of the Republican Party.
The name Arizona comes from the Papago "ali-shonak" meaning "smallspring." The name became popular following the discovery of richlodes of silver "so pure you could cut it with a knife," some 25miles southwest of present-day Nogales in 1736. The word was ultimately corrupted into "Arizona." The silv…er didn'tlast long, but the world now knew of the fabulous planchas de plata(sheets of silver) and Arizona. Still, the area was knownofficially as New Mexico or yet "Terra Incognita" during the yearsof Spanish and later Mexican control. New Mexico became a part ofthe United States following the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848and Arizona remained a part of New Mexico. The compromise of 1850 brought New Mexico into the union as aterritory. Shortly after the citizens in the western part of NewMexico began clamoring for separate status. Several names weresuggested including "Arizona" and "Gadsonia," the latter to honorJames Gadsden, the man who had negotiated the purchase of landsouth of the Gila River in 1853. The name "Arizona" won out and in1863 there was, at last, a real Arizona. Arizona is amispronunciation of the Sanskrit word "Arjuna" meaning silver.Arizona is known for its silver mines and hence the name! ( Full Answer )
\nArizona is a state in the south western region of the United States of America
The Arizona Wildcats got that name because in 1914 the L.A. Times commented that the Arizona football team "showed the fight of wildcats." After that, the name just kind of stuck!
Arizona formally means Arizuma; Aztec Indian, which in definition is referred to as silver bearing or small spring. Primarily the name was implemented due to a HUGE mine load of silver, 1736; soon to be caved out and resources of silver to be drained from the location (thus draining it of silver…). Prior to the land having no silver, there were a number of debates regarding its name, such as; Arizuma, Arizoner, Gadsonia, Arizona. However, in 1853 the man James Gadsden purchased a piece of land south of Gila River, hence then in 1863 "Arizona" was primarily formed as it's formal name. ( Full Answer )
The names of national parks in the state of Arizona include the Grand Canyon , the Petrified Forest , the Saguaro and the Tumacocora . For more information, please visit the National Park Conservation Association's website, at www.npca.org/parks/.. Please visit www.pr.state.az.us/index.html, f…or more information on Arizona state parks. The names of Arizona's state parks include the following:. Alamo Lake . Boyce Thompson Arboretum ; Buckskin Mountain . Catalina ; Cattail Cove . Dead Horse Ranch . Fool Hollow Lake Recreation ; Fort Verde State Historic . Homolovi Ruins . Kartchner Caverns . Lake Havasu ; Lost Dutchman ; Lyman Lake . Oracle . Patagonia Lake ; Picacho Peak . Red Rock ; Riordan Mansion ; River Island Unit ; Roper Lake . San Rafael ; Slide Rock ; Sonoita Creek . Tombstone Courthouse ; Tonto Natural Bridge ; Tubac Presidio . Verde River Greenway . Yuma Quartermaster Depot ; Yuma Territorial Prison ( Full Answer )
Her final Skipper was Captain Franklin Van Falkenburgh. Her first Captain was John D. McDonald.
Some scholars believe the name is simply an abbreviation of the Spanish phrase arida zona, "dry region", although the phrasing is atypical for Spanish. The Basque etymology ( Basque phrase aritz ona, "good oak") is the one preferred by Arizona state historian Marshall Trimble, among oth…er specialists. There is also the O'odham phrase alÄ á¹£onak, "small spring" The name Arizonac was initially applied to the silver mining camp, and later (shortened to Arizona) to the entire territory. . ( Full Answer )
Arizona is great state and there's a lot to do. Arizona is famous for the Grand Canyon, which is a beautiful sight. There's Scottsdale which is a city in Arizona with great hotels, shopping centers and restaurants. There are a lot of foot hills that can be hiked and there are pink jeep tours.
The town of Snowflake, in the American Southwestern Desert, is named after two settlers - Erastus Snow and William J. Flake!
The Arizona Republic Newspaper held a contest to name the team. The name Diamondbacks was selected as the Western Diamondback is a rattlesnake that is native to Arizona and can injure and kill animals much larger and stronger due to the poisonous venom it injects into the victim when it bites.
The Cardinals first started as a Club franchise called the Racine Normals. They where located by Normal Park on Chicago's Racine Avenue. They changed there name when they started wearing dark red hand-me-downs, and changed there name to the Racine Cardinals.
From the Indian "Arizonac," meaning " little spring " or " young spring .". It's said that a mining speculator named Charles D. Poston first suggested the name Arizona in a petition to the United States Congress to make Arizona a legal territory.. The name is derived from a combination of two word…s from the Papago Indian dialect of the Pima language; "Aleh" and "Zon" together as "Aleh-zon" meaning "little spring." The "little spring", located in Mexican territory, is near a large silver discovery made in Arizona Creek. ( Full Answer )
I live in Arizona and the only information that the Flag is named anything other than the Arizona Flag. I cannot find any other information that says different. Good Luck
Why was located at a "Y" highway intersection and the people wanted to name their town "Y" but Arizona law required three letters in the name of any town or city. They chose to name their town Why instead. Shortly after that the "Y" intersection was changed to a "T" intersection, but they kept the n…ame of Why. ( Full Answer )
The name Arizona comes from Papago. Alishonak meaning small spring. The word was ultimately corrupted into Arizona.
Yes...i believe its a state and its a tea company and maybe something else :P
Douglas, Arizona got its name from a family by the same name. TheDouglas family constructed copper smelters in Douglas, andextracted the copper ore for smelting in Bisbee, 21 miles away .The ore would be hauled to Douglas for the smelting process
Arizona gets its name from all the way back in the "Wild West" in the 1800s. Back then, before copper was extensively mined, silver was the main project for miners everywhere. But Arizona got its name from a major mining project near tombstone. Some say that it was named after a place called "Arisso…na," but it was really names after "Arizonac." Arizonac means "little spring." Funny for Arizona, right? But its true. Arizona got its name back in the 1800s. ( Full Answer )
Arizona is a state in the Southwestern United States. It borders the states of California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico, as well as the country of Mexico.
The fountain of Fountain Hills , Arizona ,got is name necause it spews water to a height of 562 feet (171 m)
When the Spaniards arrived at the Tucson area the native Tohono O'odham called it Chuk-Son. The Spanish imitation of this word has morphed since then to Tucson, but it means basically "spring at the base of a black mountain." The "black mountain" is the Tucson mountains, which contain volcanic rock …that varies from red to black. Now much of these mountains are preserved in the Saguaro National Park. ( Full Answer )
is you wanna know where everything is in arizona that you should go to a libary and find some books =)
the name Arizona was from a Spanish name , Arizo nac , from the O'odham name ali sonak in O'odham language. Some possible organs that's been proposed are the Spanish phrase 'aida zona ,shortened to "Arizona" or the basque phrase atit ona.
zonda arida is what the spanish named it for desert region. they made the name from that
Sedona is named after Sedona Miller Schnebly (1877-1950), the wife of the city's first postmaster, who was celebrated for her hospitality and industriousness
Although I can't be sure this is the reason for the name, Government Land Office (GLO) records indicate that in 1922 Dennis D. Deem homesteaded 160 acres in the south Â½ of Section 4 and in 1924 Carl Franklin Deem homesteaded the SW Â¼ of the SW Â¼ of Section 4 of Township 4 North, Range 2 Eas…t of the Gila and Salt Meridian. These parcels are located to the southwest of Deem Hills and the Deems (brothers?) were the earliest homesteaders in the immediate vicinity. ( Full Answer )
They do the same things people all over the country and all over the world do. We are people just like you. We eat, sleep, talk, have fun, play games, go to work, and go to dinner with friends.
Because once again, you cannot buy insurance on something that you don't own. If a claim occurs the company cannot pay you for damages because it is not your vehicle and you therefore do not have the financial loss. The company cannot pay your Dad because he does not have a legal insurance contract …with the insurance company. The contract that you do have is then null and void because you committed material misrepresentation and fraud. Insurance for a Car not in your Name Yes, You can Insure the property of another person. So Long as you have authorization to do so and the owner is benefited, or an other insurable interest in that property exists. An example would be a case where dad says " OK, you can use my spare car but you gotta get your own coverage". If You have permissive use from the owner of a vehicle, then obviously you have an insurable interest. However, Only the Legal owner of the Property or the designated agent of the owner can receive compensation for the property in the event of a covered property loss. Whether your insuring for liability only or you buy full property coverage you need to list the vehicle owner as a named insured on the policy along with yourself. Then Dad will be happy and proud that you were prudent enough to fully insure his and your interest in the vehicle he loaned you. List all drivers for liability purposes and list dad for his property and liability interests. Another example would be almost every time we Rent A Car. When we purchase the daily insurance with the rental car we insure our liabilities in the use of Someone Else's Vehicle. You can not insure the property of another when no insurable interest exists. It would be unlawful to insure the property or life of another where the intent is to gain unduly from another persons loss. CORRECT ANSWER You cannot insure a vehicle that you don't own. Just because the owner gave you permission to drive the car does not mean he is signing over interest in the car to you. Your name cannot go in the named insured section of the application. You can be listed as a driver but not as the named insured unless you own the vehicle. Rental Car business is not like what you are discussing here. The Rental Car Service has the person who if renting the vehicle to sign a new contract with them to provide certain exchange of guarantees from both parties. This contract is listed as acceptable in part with the automobile insurance contract the owner signed with the insurance company. Provisions in the auto insurance contract allow for some transfer of certain coverages in certain instances. The fact is that in a personal automobile insurance policy the owner of the vehicle must be the named insured on the contract. ( Full Answer )
In the late 1800s 2 spanish brothers with the last names of Amado founded what is now Amado AZ.
Its named a Arizona because the Indians first had the land and named it Arizonac which is little spring. Then we took the land and called it Arizona.
Acadia National Park Maine 1919 National Park of American Samoa American Samoa 1988 Arches National Park Utah 1971 Badlands National Park South Dakota 1978 Big Bend National Park Texas 1944 Biscayne National Park Florida 1980 Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Colorado 1999 Bry…ce Canyon National Park Utah 1928 Canyonlands National Park Utah 1964 Capitol Reef National Park Utah 1971 Carlsbad Caverns National Park New Mexico 1930 Channel Islands National Park California 1980 Congaree National Park South Carolina 2003 Crater Lake National Park Oregon 1902 Cuyahoga Valley National Park Ohio 2000 Death Valley National Park California, Nevada 1994 Denali National Park and Preserve Alaska 1917 Dry Tortugas National Park Florida 1992 Everglades National Park Florida 1947 Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Alaska 1980 Glacier National Park (part of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park) Montana 1910 Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Alaska 1980 Grand Canyon National Park Arizona 1919 Grand Teton National Park Wyoming 1929 Great Basin National Park Nevada 1986 Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Colorado 2004 Great Smoky Mountains National Park North Carolina, Tennessee 1934 Guadalupe Mountains National Park Texas 1966 Haleakala National Park Hawaii 1916 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Hawaii 1916 Hot Springs National Park Arkansas 1921 Isle Royale National Park Michigan 1940 Joshua Tree National Park California 1994 Katmai National Park and Preserve Alaska 1980 Kenai Fjords National Park Alaska 1980 Kings Canyon National Park California 1940 Kobuk Valley National Park Alaska 1980 Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Alaska 1980 Lassen Volcanic National Park California 1916 Mammoth Cave National Park Kentucky 1941 Mesa Verde National Park Colorado 1906 Mount Rainier National Park Washington 1899 North Cascades National Park Washington 1968 Olympic National Park Washington 1938 Petrified Forest National Park Arizona 1962 Redwood National and State Parks California 1968 Rocky Mountain National Park Colorado 1915 Saguaro National Park Arizona 1994 Sequoia National Park California 1890 Shenandoah National Park Virginia 1935 Theodore Roosevelt National Park North Dakota 1978 Virgin Islands National Park U.S. Virgin Islands 1956 Voyageurs National Park Minnesota 1975 Wind Cave National Park South Dakota 1903 Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve Alaska 1980 Yellowstone National Park Idaho, Montana, Wyoming 1872 Yosemite National Park California 1890 Zion National Park Utah 1919 ( Full Answer )
From the color of their jerseys. Chris O'Brien, who organized the team in Chicago in 1898, bought "cardinal red" jerseys for his team to wear.
Four major deserts enter the state of Arizona: Sonoran Desert Chihuahuan Desert Mojave Desert Colorado Plateau Desert
Tombstone got its name from its founder's sense of humor. It's founders name was Ed Schieffelin
Wilbur T. Wildcat and his wife Wilma T. Wildcat. The original mascot was a live bobcat name Rufus Arizona.
L.c.m & W.B.P is 2 big original Mexican gangs in Az.the others are just imitation location everywhere...
The owner, Jerry Colangelo, held a name-the-team contest by taking out a full-page ad in the sports section of the Arizona Republic on February 13, 1995. The winner would receive a pair of lifetime season tickets. Eventually Diamondbacks was chose after the Western diamondback, a rattlesnake nativ…e to Arizona that's know to inject a large amount of venom when it strikes. ( Full Answer )
Although the word Arizona occurs in central and south America, thestate name most likely came from the O'odham (old term: Papago)indian word for Spring, which is ali-shonak.
Williams Arizona is named after William Shirley Williams a furtrader whom was killed by the Ute Indians. There is a town,mountain, and even a river named after Bill Williams, however knowone is certain he was ever in the Williams area.
The three deserts found in Arizona are: 1.) Chihuahuan Desert, 2.) Sonoran Desert, 3.) Mojave Desert
The Arizona Cardinals name originates from the a tribal union called Celiphae, which stands for dark red feathers with protruding scaly, sharp, undulated keratin.
Apache County. 11,218 sq mi (29,054 km 2 ). Cochise County. 6,219 sq mi (16,107 km 2 ). Coconino County. 18,661 sq mi (48,332 km 2 ). Gila County. 4,796 sq mi (12,422 km 2 ). Graham County. 4,641 sq mi (12,020 km 2 ). Greenlee County. 1,848 sq mi (4,786 km 2 ). La Paz County.… 4,513 sq mi (11,689 km 2 ). Maricopa County. 9,224 sq mi (23,890 km 2 ). Mohave County. 13,470 sq mi (34,887 km 2 ). Navajo County. 9,959 sq mi (25,794 km 2 ). Pima County. 9,189 sq mi (23,799 km 2 ). Pinal County. 5,374 sq mi (13,919 km 2 ). Santa Cruz County. 1,238 sq mi (3,206 km 2 ). Yavapai County. 8,128 sq mi (21,051 km 2 ). Yuma County. 5,519 sq mi (14,294 km 2 ). ( Full Answer )
The following deserts are found in parts ofArizona: Sonoran Desert Chihuahuan Desert Mojave Desert Colorado Plateau Desert (includes the Painted Desert)
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Arizona is probably derived from the local O'odham ( Pima ) name alÄ á¹£onak, meaning "a little spring." An alternative theory is that it is derives from the Basque arizonak meaning "good oaks."
The name for the Arizona State insurers is the Arizona Department of Insurance. Also known as the ADI, The Arizona Department of Insurance is the name for Arizona insurers.
The stadium in which the Arizona Cardinals play their home games is called University of Phoenix Stadium. The stadium is named by the corporate sponsor the University of Phoenix.
The Major League sports teams are: Baseball - Arizona Diamondbacks Basketball - Phoenix Suns Football - Arizona Cardinals Hockey - Arizona Coyotes (formerly Phoenix Coyotes) There are also lots of minor league, college, high school, and amateur teams.