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HST 498 Urban History: Phoenix and the Southwest

Phoenix City News

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City of Phoenix Links

Phoenix currently covers more than 519 square miles and has a population of more than 1.4 million, ranking it the sixth largest city in the country and the largest capital city in terms of population.

 

 

ASU Library Holdings

The HAYDEN AZ DOCUMENTS collection contains a variety of publications by or about the City of Phoenix (most starting with the XUPH Call Number) going back to early statehood.  Topics include:

  • Crime
  • Environment
  • Land Use
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Health
  • Public Works

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