Part 1 : Arizona Statehood
Create a chronological narrative of 750-1,000 words describing and analyzing the events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Include the key events from the following periods in Arizona history:
1. The Preterritorial Period
2. The Spanish Period
3. The Mexican Period
4. U.S. Controlled Period
5. The Territorial Period
The impact of the Progressive movement on the creation of the Arizona constitution, including the declaration of rights, ballot initiatives, and recall of judges.
Part 2: Arizona Constitution
Create a chart or matrix summarizing the powers and functions of the three branches of Arizona's government:
1. List each branch of government, and identify the powers and functions of each branch. Bullet points may be used.
2. Outline the procedures for amending the Arizona Constitution. Bullet points may be used.
Write an analysis of 250-500 words in which you reflect on the amendment process for the Arizona Constitution.
1. Is this a "fair" process?
2. Does it give too much power to the people?
3. Do you think the Progressive framers would approve of the way the process has been used thus far? Why? Defend your rationale.
Utilize the required readings, academic websites, and the library as resources for this assignment.
While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.From the Preterritorial Period to the U.S. Territory Period, Arizona experienced several major events that led to statehood. Civilization existed in Arizona dating back thousands of years; the Pima, Pueblo, Apache, and Anasazi tribes were the most famous Native American groups who proved that surviving in Arizona’s hot, hostile climate was achievable. Native Americans settled near the current location of Phoenix, the capital, and built canals that made the land arable. In 1539, the Spanish claimed Arizona and started to build missions intended to convert the Pima tribes to Christianity. These were the first organized settlements in Arizona; the Mission San Xavier del Bac and the Presidio San Augustin del Tucson eventually became the city of Tucson. When Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1824, the Nueva California became a part of Mexico...