On February 14th Arizona celebrated its 100th birthday. On this day in 1912 Arizona became the nations 48th State. So we here are relocateAZ.com thought it would be fun to take a look back at what Arizona looked like 100 years ago. A few statistics follow:

In 1912 less than 15 percent of homes had a bathtub.

Over half of the population lived in homes with 6 or more people.

The average price for an Arizona home was around $3,000.

The average life expectancy was 47 years of age.

The population of Arizona was 294,353 in 1912. It is nearly 7 million today.

Just imagine what Arizona might look like in the next 100 years!



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