|theprescottbuzz.com||Thursday, May 26, 2016|
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Elevation: 5,400 feet
Population (2000): 33,938 residents
Hottest month of the year: July (normal high temperature of 90 F degrees)
Coldest months of the year: Dec. & Jan. (normal low temperature of 25 F degrees)
Prescott was known as an all-American town from the beginning. There were very few Mexicans and no adobe style architecture. Unlike other early Arizona towns, Prescott was located in the mountains amid pine forests. Lumber was readily available and wood frame buildings were the rule.
President Abraham Lincoln created the Arizona Territory in 1863, and Prescott was selected as the capital. Prescott remained the territorial capital until 1867 when Tucson... Read more >>
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