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  2. Pima people - Wikipedia

    One was known commonly as the Pima or River Pima. Since the late 20th century, they have been called by their own name, or endonym: Akimel Oʼotham. Akimel Oʼodham (Akimel Au-Authm, meaning "River People", often simply called Pima, by outsiders, lived north of and along the Gila, the Salt, and the Santa Cruz rivers in what is today defined as ...

  3. Arizona State Route 101 - Wikipedia

    Loop 101 was a part of the 1985 Maricopa County Regional Transportation Plan that was funded by a sales tax approved by Maricopa County voters that year. The freeway was originally assigned two different route numbers along its path: The Agua Fria Freeway portion was initially designated as SR 417, and the Pima/Price Freeway portion was initially designated as SR 117.

  4. Long Beach, California - Wikipedia,_California

    Long Beach is a city in Los Angeles County, California.It is the 42nd-most populous city in the United States, with a population of 466,742 as of 2020. A charter city, Long Beach is the seventh-most populous city in California.

  5. List of high schools in Arizona - Wikipedia

    Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center, multiple locations; Basis Schools, multiple locations; Cactus Shadows High School, Cave Creek; Canyon View High School, Waddell; Dysart High School, El Mirage

  6. Hall House - Wikipedia

    Hall House or Hall Farm may refer to:. in the United States (sorted by state, then city/town) Goode-Hall House, Town Creek, Alabama, listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Alabama

  7. Tucson, Arizona - Wikipedia,_Arizona

    Tucson and Pima County maintain an extensive network of marked bike routes, signal crossings, on-street bike lanes, mountain-biking trails, and dedicated shared-use paths. The Loop is a network of seven linear parks, built mainly along river beds, comprising 131 miles (211 km) of paved, vehicle-free trails that encircles the majority of the ...

  8. Seal of Arizona - Wikipedia

    Design. Section 20. "The seal of the State shall be of the following design: In the background shall be a range of mountains, with the sun rising behind the peaks thereof, and at the right side of the range of mountains there shall be a storage reservoir and a dam, below which in the middle distance are irrigated fields and orchards reaching into the foreground, at the right of which are ...

  9. Robert Dean (ufologist) - Wikipedia

    In 1992 while employed as emergency services coordinator for Pima County, Arizona, Dean sued his employer for discrimination, saying he was treated unfairly because of his belief in UFOs, and because of his age, reportedly settling for $100,000. See also. List of ufologists; UFO conspiracy theories; Bibliography