When did Arizona get its name?

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 "Arissona," 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.