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Arizona statehood was delayed two days by train delays and superstition

After Arizona voters in late 1911 approved an amendment removing a contentious judicial-recall provision from the proposed state Constitution, speculation quickly spread that Arizona would achieve statehood in 1912 on Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12. But several factors intervened to result in Arizona…

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