Graham County Arizona Genealogy and History
County Seat: Safford
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Joseph Knight Rogers, an early settler in the area, and a member of the Arizona Territorial Legislature, is known as the father of Graham County. He introduced the bill in the territorial legislature creating Graham County. Graham County was created from southern Apache County and eastern Pima County on March 10, 1881. Initially, the county seat was located in the city of Safford but was later moved to Solomonville in 1883. This change was undone in 1915, returning the county seat to Safford.
Graham County is named after the mountain by the same name and was the first Arizonan county to break the tradition of naming counties for Native Americans.
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- Cochise County — south
- Pima County — southwest
- Pinal County — west
- Gila County — northwest
- Navajo County — north
- Apache County — north
- Greenlee County — east
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