Arizona History – May 7th

Friday, May 7th

On this date in 1872, the first lawyers were admitted to practice law in Maricopa County.

On this date in 1913, Fred Maish, once a mayor of Tucson and wealthy cattleman of the Maish and Driscoll Cattle Co., died alone in an old adobe shack in Tucson at nearly 80 years of age.

On this date in 1916, the Yuma Game Warden reported that civil war in Mexico was scaring big game across the international line into the Yuma and Mohave Mountains.

(Photo : Mohave Mountains)

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