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'''Welcome''' to PhoenixHistory.com! We are a community of historians, both academic and amateur, working to craft a definitive encyclopedia of Phoenix's past. Established in April 2005, this site currently contains {{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} articles. It is freely editable, and we'd love to have you [[PhoenixHistory:How to start a page|contribute]] any knowledge you may have or [[PhoenixHistory:How to edit a page|edit]] any of the many pages already started. There's so much to do and we [[PhoenixHistory:Community Portal|need your help]] to make this the best resource on Phoenix history on the Web.
  
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==Phoenix History By Period==
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===Timeline===
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[[Timeline By Year]] - [[Timeline By Decade]]
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===The Hohokam Period===
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[[The Hohokam]] - [[Ancient Canals]] - [[Archaeological Sites]] - [[Pueblo Grande]]
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===Early Explorations===
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[[Eusebio Kino|Father Kino]] - [[Mountain Men]] - [[Railroad Surveys]] - [[Fort McDowell|U.S. Army]]
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===Early Settlement (1866-1871)===
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[[John Swilling|Jack Swilling]] - [[John Y.T. Smith|John YT Smith]] - [[William A. Hancock|William A. Hancock]] - [[Original Townsite]] - [[Incorporation]]
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===Territorial Era (1871-1912)===
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[[Expansion]] - [[Newspapers]] - [[Boosterism]] - [[Territorial Capital]] - [[Statehood]] - [[Phoenix Elections|Elections]]
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===Pre-World War II (1912-1941)===
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===Wartime Phoenix (1941-1946)===
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===Post-War Boom (1946-1959)===
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===Explosive Growth (1960-1979)===
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===Contemporary Phoenix (1980- )===
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==Phoenix History By Topics==
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===Entrepreneurial Phoenix===
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===Minorities in Phoenix===
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===Phoenix and the Railroads===
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===Phoenix Politics===
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===Unslakable Phoenix===
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===Urban Sprawl===
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==Phoenix History By City==
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===Phoenix===
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===Tempe===
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===Mesa===
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===Glendale===
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===Scottsdale===
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===Cave Creek===

Latest revision as of 12:47, 19 November 2006

Welcome to PhoenixHistory.com! We are a community of historians, both academic and amateur, working to craft a definitive encyclopedia of Phoenix's past. Established in April 2005, this site currently contains 146 articles. It is freely editable, and we'd love to have you contribute any knowledge you may have or edit any of the many pages already started. There's so much to do and we need your help to make this the best resource on Phoenix history on the Web.

Phoenix History By Period

Timeline

Timeline By Year - Timeline By Decade

The Hohokam Period

The Hohokam - Ancient Canals - Archaeological Sites - Pueblo Grande

Early Explorations

Father Kino - Mountain Men - Railroad Surveys - U.S. Army

Early Settlement (1866-1871)

Jack Swilling - John YT Smith - William A. Hancock - Original Townsite - Incorporation

Territorial Era (1871-1912)

Expansion - Newspapers - Boosterism - Territorial Capital - Statehood - Elections

Pre-World War II (1912-1941)

Wartime Phoenix (1941-1946)

Post-War Boom (1946-1959)

Explosive Growth (1960-1979)

Contemporary Phoenix (1980- )

Phoenix History By Topics

Entrepreneurial Phoenix

Minorities in Phoenix

Phoenix and the Railroads

Phoenix Politics

Unslakable Phoenix

Urban Sprawl

Phoenix History By City

Phoenix

Tempe

Mesa

Glendale

Scottsdale

Cave Creek