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List of people from Arizona

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List of people from Arizona

The following are people who were either born/raised or have lived for a significant period of time in the state of Arizona and/or the Arizona Territory.

Art/Literature/Journalism

Film/Theater

Military/War

Music

Old West Era

  • Apache Kid (1860–1896?), outlaw, reported killer of three Arizona lawmen 1889–1890 [2]
  • Cochise (1812–1874), chief of the Chiricahua Apache
  • Geronimo (1829–1909), leader of Chiricahua Apache who fought against encroachment of European Settlers on Native American lands; hero of Native American Fight for respect and independence
  • James Reavis (1843–1914), self-styled "Baron of Arizona," claimed to have owned much of Arizona

Poetry

Politics

Science/Medicine

Sports

TV/Radio

References

  1. ^ "Denison Kitchel, 94; Ran Goldwater's Presidential Bid, October 24, 2002".  
  2. ^ "Chosön, the Land of the Morning Calm; a Sketch of Korea".  
  3. ^ “DogTown's John Garcia Shares His Story,” December 2008
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