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Arizona. By Cierra Hinchey. Capital City and State Map. Capital City : Phoenix. State Bird. Cactus Wren. State Flower. Saguaro Cactus Bloom. State Tree. Paloverde. State Motto and Date Of Statehood. “ Ditat Deus,’’ God Enriches Feb.14,1912. Things Of Interest.

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arizona

Arizona

By Cierra Hinchey

capital city and state map
Capital City and State Map
  • Capital City: Phoenix
state bird
State Bird
  • Cactus Wren
state flower
State Flower
  • Saguaro Cactus Bloom
state tree
State Tree
  • Paloverde
state motto and date of statehood
State Motto and Date Of Statehood
  • “Ditat Deus,’’ God Enriches
  • Feb.14,1912
things of interest
Things Of Interest
  • Arizona’s important river is the Colorado River it goes through the Grand Canyon it is 1,107 kilometers.
  • Phoenix is the capital of Arizona.
  • Some small streams flow all year.
  • Indians lived in Arizona for at least 12,000 years.
  • During World 2 the government built many bases in Arizona.
  • Phoenix is the biggest city.
  • The state song is the Arizona March Song.
  • The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long and 1 mile deep.
  • Arizona is the 48th state.
  • The state colors are blue and old gold.
  • The state neckwear is the bolo tie.
sources
Sources
  • Gibson Lay, James and Thomas E. Sheridan. “Arizona.’’ World Book Student. 2014. Web. 3 Feb. 2014.
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