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    Vintage Arizona Maps
    Arizona, known as the Grand Canyon State, took statehood in 1912. It was the last of the contiguous states admitted to the union, and since then, countless beautiful, antique maps have been created.

    In our historic map archives, we have dozens of old Arizona state maps featuring every county, including Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, Yavapai, Yuma, Mohave, Coconino, Cochise, Navajo, and Apache.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Scottsdale, Tempe, Peoria, and Surprise.

    To browse our collection of old Arizona maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

    If you are looking for a map for a specific Arizona city or region and don't see it on this page, contact us, and we will check our archives.
    About Arizona
    Arizona is perhaps most well-known for being the home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon. At over a mile deep, 277 miles long, and 18 miles wide, the Grand Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world. Nearly six million people visit every year for a chance to peer over the edge in awe.

    The state’s desert landscape also has many other striking, postcard-worthy panoramas, such as the red hillsides of Sedona and the many Saguaro cacti that grow in the Sonoran Desert (it’s the only place in the world where you’ll find them). On a side note, the Saguaro Cactus flower is Arizona’s state flower. Arches, a national park featuring over 2,000 natural stone arches, certainly ranks right up there as well. And Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon with smooth, multi-colored winding walls, is also a big attraction for tourists.

    Although the desert is what most often comes to mind when one thinks of Arizona, the northern part of the state is quite different. There, you’ll find forests and mountain ranges, and the temperatures are generally milder than in southern Arizona. You may be surprised to learn that Northern Arizona receives significant snowfall in the winter months and has ski resorts.

    Arizona also gets a nod for being an excellent destination for an old-fashioned road trip. Roadside attractions abound, including a Cold War-era missile base, a giant meteor crater, the London Bridge, and the site of the O.K. Corral gunfight. And those seeking a bit of road tripping nostalgia can also take a nice, long drive along the famous Route 66.

    Turning to city life, Phoenix (Arizona’s capital) is the largest in the state. In the late 1800s, when Phoenix was first settled, it was an agricultural community. Today, it's a sprawling metropolis, and its hotel resorts, spas, golf courses, and fine dining make it a top travel destination.

    Statewide, Arizona’s top economic sectors are real estate, rentals, tourism, and government. Many large corporations are headquartered in the state, including PetSmart, CircleK, Best Western, Discount Tire, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, GoDaddy, Sprouts Farmers Market, and U-Haul.

    Notable figures and celebrities who hail from Arizona include civil rights activist Cesar Chavez, U.S. Senator John McCain, gymnast Kerri Strug, wrestler Shawn Michaels, and actress Lynda Carter of “Wonder Woman” fame.

    And finally, did you know that Arizona has an official state neckwear? It’s the Western-style bolo tie.

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    Vintage Arizona Maps
    Arizona, known as the Grand Canyon State, took statehood in 1912. It was the last of the contiguous states admitted to the union, and since then, countless beautiful, antique maps have been created.

    In our historic map archives, we have dozens of old Arizona state maps featuring every county, including Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, Yavapai, Yuma, Mohave, Coconino, Cochise, Navajo, and Apache.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Scottsdale, Tempe, Peoria, and Surprise.

    To browse our collection of old Arizona maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

    If you are looking for a map for a specific Arizona city or region and don't see it on this page, contact us, and we will check our archives.
    About Arizona
    Arizona is perhaps most well-known for being the home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon. At over a mile deep, 277 miles long, and 18 miles wide, the Grand Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world. Nearly six million people visit every year for a chance to peer over the edge in awe.

    The state’s desert landscape also has many other striking, postcard-worthy panoramas, such as the red hillsides of Sedona and the many Saguaro cacti that grow in the Sonoran Desert (it’s the only place in the world where you’ll find them). On a side note, the Saguaro Cactus flower is Arizona’s state flower. Arches, a national park featuring over 2,000 natural stone arches, certainly ranks right up there as well. And Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon with smooth, multi-colored winding walls, is also a big attraction for tourists.

    Although the desert is what most often comes to mind when one thinks of Arizona, the northern part of the state is quite different. There, you’ll find forests and mountain ranges, and the temperatures are generally milder than in southern Arizona. You may be surprised to learn that Northern Arizona receives significant snowfall in the winter months and has ski resorts.

    Arizona also gets a nod for being an excellent destination for an old-fashioned road trip. Roadside attractions abound, including a Cold War-era missile base, a giant meteor crater, the London Bridge, and the site of the O.K. Corral gunfight. And those seeking a bit of road tripping nostalgia can also take a nice, long drive along the famous Route 66.

    Turning to city life, Phoenix (Arizona’s capital) is the largest in the state. In the late 1800s, when Phoenix was first settled, it was an agricultural community. Today, it's a sprawling metropolis, and its hotel resorts, spas, golf courses, and fine dining make it a top travel destination.

    Statewide, Arizona’s top economic sectors are real estate, rentals, tourism, and government. Many large corporations are headquartered in the state, including PetSmart, CircleK, Best Western, Discount Tire, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, GoDaddy, Sprouts Farmers Market, and U-Haul.

    Notable figures and celebrities who hail from Arizona include civil rights activist Cesar Chavez, U.S. Senator John McCain, gymnast Kerri Strug, wrestler Shawn Michaels, and actress Lynda Carter of “Wonder Woman” fame.

    And finally, did you know that Arizona has an official state neckwear? It’s the Western-style bolo tie.

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