An index transcription of Apache Cemetery at Apache, Cochise County, Arizona
This county is formed out of the southwestern portion of the Territory, and is bounded on the west by the
This county is bounded on the north and west by Mohave county; on the east by New Mexico, and the
This county is bounded on the north by the Gila river; on the east by New Mexico; on the south
About the year 1760, the Yumas, Cocopahs and Maricopas composed one tribe, known as the Coco Maricopa tribe. They occupied
This county is bounded on the north by Yavapai county; on the east by New Mexico; on the south by
On the 28th of March, 1846, General Zachary Taylor took up his position on the banks of the Rio Grande
Another difficulty arose between the Commissioner and the Apaches upon the killing of an Apache by one of Bartlett’s men,
“In the name of Almighty God: “The United States of America and the United Mexican States, animated by a sincere
“The treaty was as follows: “Treaty with Mexico. Concluded December 30, 1853; ratifications exchanged June 30, 1851; proclaimed June 30,
The Territorial Government of the Territory of Arizona was organized Feb. 24, 1863. The portion of the Territory lying north of the Gila river was obtained from the government of Mexico, under the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Feb. 2d, 1848, and the portion lying south of the Gila was obtained by purchase from the government of Mexico, under the treaty made by James Gadsen on the part of the United States, at Mexico, Dec. 30, 1853; and extends west from the 109 deg. meridian of longitude to the 115th deg., and north from 31 deg. 20 sec. of north latitude to the 37th deg. parallel; and is bounded on the north by Nevada and Utah; on the east by New Mexico; on the south by Sonora, and on the west by California and Nevada, and contains about 70,000,000 acres of land.
The links on the right side will take you to specific Arizona genealogy records. The pages below are newest added to this website.
Arizona Census Records
Arizona Census Records
Starting in 1790, the United States government took a census every 10 years. Census records exist for the territory and state of Arizona from 1860-1930. Arizona territory was separated from the New Mexico territory in 1863.
- 1870 Arizona Federal Census
- 1880 Arizona Federal Census
- 1890 Arizona Federal Census
- 1900 Arizona Federal Census
- 1910 Arizona Federal Census
- 1920 Arizona Federal Census
- 1930 Arizona Federal Census
On these pages you will find historical content enabling the genealogist to better comprehend their Arizona genealogy records.
Arizona Indian Tribes
These pages were taken from a manuscript written in 1871, entitled, Resources Of Arizona Territory With A Description Of The Indian Tribes.
- Arizona Ancient Ruins
- Arizona Military History
- Arizona Plants and Trees
- Arizona Roads, Mail Roads, and Railroads
- 1871 Federal Officers of Arizona Territory
- 1871 Price of Produce in the Arizona Territory
Arizona County History
We’ve established some lead pages for our future county websites.
- Franciscan Missions among the Navajo Indians
- Mission at Jemez
- 1876-1878 Pacific Coast Business Directory
The triennial business directory, containing the name of each merchant, manufacturer, and professional in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, the Territories of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, and Alaska, and the Colony of British Columbia.
Arizona is one of the Four Corners states. It has borders with New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California, and Mexico, and one point in common with the southwestern corner of Colorado.