Place:Pima, Arizona, United States

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Cemetery
Evergreen Cemetery & Memorial Park
Census-designated place
Avra Valley
Catalina Foothills
Catalina
Corona de Tucson
Drexel Heights
Drexel-Alvernon
East Sahuarita
Flowing Wells
Green Valley
Kaij Mek
Littletown
Picture Rocks
Pisinemo
Sells
Summit
Tanque Verde
Three Points
Tortolita
Vail
Valencia West
Inhabited place
Achi
Ahan Owuch
Ajo
Ak Chin
Ak Chut Vaya
Ak Komelik
Ali Ak Chin
Ali Chuk
Ali Chukson
Ali Molina
Ali Oidak
Anegam
Arivaca Junction
Arivaca
Artesa
Avra
Branding Iron
Buenos Aires
Casas Adobes
Charco
Chiawuli Tak
Chico Shunie
Childs
Chiuli Shaik
Choulic
Chukson
Chukut Kuk
Chutum Vaya
Chuwut Murk
Comobabi
Continental
Corner Windmill
Cortaro
Covered Wells
Cowlic
Coyote Field
Diamond Bell Ranch
Dobson
Duval
Emika
Esmond
Greaterville
Gu Chuapo
Gu Oidak
Gu Vo
Gunsight
Gurli Put Vo
Haivan Vaya
Haivana Nakya
Hali Murk
Harrington Place
Hashan Chuchg
Helvetia
Hickiwan
Hoa Murk
Hoi Oidak
Hotason Vo
Itak
Junction Interstate Nineteen Interchange
Kahachi Miliuk
Kaihon Kug
Ko Vaya
Kom Kug
Kom Vo
Komak Wuacho
Kuakatch
Kui Tatk
Kuit Vaya
Kupk
Las Guijas
Lukeville
Maish Vaya
Makgum Havoka
Marana
Mountain View
Narcho Santos
Nawt Vaya
Nelson
Newfield
Noipa Kam
Nolic
Oit Ihuk
Old Tucson
Oro Valley
Palo Verde Stand
Pan Tak
Pantano
Papago Farms
Pascua Yaqui Indian Village
Peach Pu
Pia Oik
Piato Vaya
Pimaco Two
Pipyak
Pitoikam
Polo Village
Polvo
Puertocito
Queens Well
Quinlin
Rankin
Redington
Rillito
Robles Junction
Rosemont Camp
Rosemont Junction
Rowood
Sahuarita Heights
Sahuarita
San Agustin
San Luis
San Miguel
San Pedro
San Rafael
San Vicente
San Xavier Indian Reservation
San Xavier
Sandwash Mill
Santa Lucia
Santa Rosa
Sapano Vaya
Sasabe
Schuchk
Schuchuli
Secundino
Shaotkam
Sikort Chuapo
Sikul Himatk
Sil Nakya
Silver Bell
Siovi Shuatak
Sivili Chuchg
Skoksonak
Soldier Camp
South Komelik
South Tucson
Stan Shuatuk
Stoa Pitk
Stotonyak
Summerhaven
Supi Oidak
Tatai Toak
Tatk Kam Vo
Tatkum Vo
Topawa
Tucson
Twin Buttes
Uhs Kug
Utevak
Vainom Kug
Vakamok
Valley View
Vamori
Vandenburg Village
Vaya Chin
Ventana
Viason Chin
Vopolo Havoka
Wahak Hotrontk
Whitetail
Why
Wickchoupai
Willow Canyon
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Pima County is a county in the south central region of the U.S. state of Arizona. The county is named after the Pima Native Americans which are indigenous to this area. The population was 980,263 at the 2010 census. The county seat is Tucson, where nearly all of the population is centered. It borders between southwestern Arizona and northwestern Mexico's Sonora state. In 2015, the population of the county has been predicted to be 1,132,440. Pima County contains parts of the Tohono O'odham Nation, as well as all of the San Xavier Indian Reservation, the Pascua Yaqui Indian Reservation, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Ironwood Forest National Monument and Saguaro National Park.

The vast majority of the county population lies in and around the city of Tucson (2011 city population: 525,796), filling much of the eastern part of the county with urban development. Tucson, Arizona's second largest city, is a major commercial and academic center. Other urban areas include the Tucson suburbs of Oro Valley (population 41,335), Marana (population 35,232), Sahuarita (population 25,458), and South Tucson (population 5,695), a large ring of unincorporated urban development, and the growing satellite town Green Valley. The rest of the county is sparsely populated; the largest towns are Sells, the capital of the Tohono O'odham Nation, and Ajo in the far western region of the county.

Timeline

Date Event Source
1864 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1864 Court records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1864 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1866 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1870 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1872 Marriage records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1889 Birth records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1900 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990

Population History

source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
Census Year Population
1870 5,716
1880 17,006
1890 12,673
1900 14,689
1910 22,818
1920 34,680
1930 55,676
1940 72,838
1950 141,216
1960 265,660
1970 351,667
1980 531,443
1990 666,880

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