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By Kathleen Derzipilski
This sequence is helping younger readers determine the commonalities and area of expertise of the person states throughout the USA.
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H 1687 Eusebio Francisco Kino begins founding missions in the area. H 1752 Arizona’s first European H 1922 The Colorado River Compact H 1942 Japanese Americans begin living in internment camps in Arizona. H 1968 The Central Arizona Project, which will deliver water from the Colorado River to central and southern Arizona, is approved. settlement is established at Tubac. S. Supreme Court justice. from Spain, and present-day Arizona becomes part of Mexico. H 1848 The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo gives most of present-day Arizona to the United States.
S. government after the Mexican-American War. In 1863, during the Civil War (1861–1865), President Abraham Lincoln signed the bill that created the separate Territory of Arizona. The new Arizona territorial government met at Prescott, the new capital. John Goodwin was the first governor of the territory. Tensions between white people and Indians in the region increased. For years the Navajos and Apaches had fought against the Spanish and Mexicans. At first, the native peoples welcomed the American government and settlers.
Apache We will make peace. We groups led by Cochise and Geronimo seemed will keep it faithfully. But impossible to catch. They knew their way in let us go around free as the mountains and often went to Mexico to Americans do. Let us go escape the American troops. wherever we please. Although Apache leader Cochise never —Apache leader Cochise lost a battle, he grew tired of fighting. S. government planned to move his people to a reservation in New Mexico. He eventually agreed to go to a reservation in Arizona.