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Hohokam artifacts continue to be discovered in the Honeybee Village that the Hohokam inhabited continuously for nearly years, and studied by archaeologists around the globe.
Early in the 16th century, Native American tribes known as the Apache arrived in the southern Arizona area, including Oro Valley. These tribes inhabited the region only a few decades prior to the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadorsincluding Francisco Coronado.
The Spanish established forts in the area, including the Presidio at Tucson beginning in the late 16th century. George Pusch, a German immigrant, settled in the area of Oro Valley inestablishing a cattle ranch.
The steam pump was one of only two in the Arizona Territory. Pusch's ranch provided respite for settlers and travelers entering and leaving the Tucson area. Pusch Ridge is named in honor of George Pusch. Ranching in the area continued to flourish as greater numbers of Americans settled in Preterritorial period arizona Arizona Territory.
Large ranching families in the Oro Valley area included the Romeros and the Rooneys. Gold rushers into the American West also were attracted to southern Arizonawhere gold was said to be in abundance in and around the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson. In the early s the Oro Valley Country Club opened at the base of Pusch Ridge, affirming the area's future as an affluent community.
Although one tract housing development was built in the area in the early s, the majority of homes in the Oro Valley area were built by individual land owners on large lots in a low density residential style.
Founding of the town The community continued to grow gradually, and area residents increasingly desired local control of the land in the area.
In the late s, incorporation became a greater focus in Oro Valley.
Tucson Mayor James M. Corbett vowed to bring the Oro Valley area into Tucson "kicking and screaming," alluding to the reservations Oro Valley residents expressed in joining Tucson.
|The Gadsden Purchase shown with present-day state boundaries and cities Arizona Territory in Starting inthe entirety of present-day Arizona was part of the New Mexico Territory. Inthe California Gold Rush led as many as 50, miners to travel across the region, leading to a boom in Arizona's population.|
A petition to incorporate began circulation in Oro Valley in Ultimately, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of incorporation, and in the Town of Oro Valley was incorporated with only 2. While originally referred to as Palo Verde, town founders proceeded with incorporation efforts with the official name of Oro Valley to garner support from influential residents of Oro Valley Country Club.
The Town began with a population of nearly 1, Through the s and particularly in the s Oro Valley experienced significant residential and commercial growth.
In the town had a population of 6, and by that figure had increased to 29, residents.
During that time, residential communities of all housing-unit densities were developed in the town, including several master-planned communities. For several years in the s Oro Valley was the fastest growing municipality in Arizona.
Current state of the town Formed by citizens of Oro Valley, the not-for-profit Oro Valley Historical Society has a mission in "preserving the Town's heritage for future generations.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. According to the United States Census Bureauthe town has a total area of Notable geographic features include: Pusch Ridge peak elevation: Kriegh Park formerly Dennis Weaver Park with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, recreational fields, and racquetball courts.Arizona: Arizona, constituent state of the United States.
It is the sixth largest state in the country and was the last of the 48 conterminous states to be admitted to the union (). Arizona is bordered to the west by California and Nevada, to the north by Utah, to the east by New Mexico, and to the south by Mexico.
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in to change the group’s name to Arizona State Genealogical Society (ASGS).
a period in which burials were not legally required to be recorded with governmental agencies. Among other society publications are dozens of indexes and compilations of data from church, cemetery.