|thetucsonbuzz.com||Wednesday, November 25, 2015|
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Tucsons population: 502,400 residents (2nd largest city in Arizona)
Elevation: 2,389 feet
Median Age: 32.5
Summer: average high 98 F degrees; average low 70 F degrees
March April: average high 80 F degrees
October November: average high 84 F degrees
Winter (Dec. Feb.): average high 65 F degrees; average low 38 F degrees
Tucson, nicknamed the Old Pueblo, is Arizonas oldest and most Mexican city.
Tucson is an Indian word meaning place of dark springs or springs at the base of a black hill. About 1900, Americans began to pronounce it too-sahn. Today Mexicans still pronounce it took-sone.
An Irishman, Don Hugo OConnor, founded the Spanish city of Tucson. He was an Irish expatriate hired by the Spanish Empire to upgrade frontier... Read more >>
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