The purpose of this paper is to trace the background of the statehood movement in Arizona to the year 1902; to discuss the qualifications of Arizona for statehood as brought out in the arguments for and against the omnibus bill in the fifty-seventh congress; to give a critical analysis of the findings of the sub-committee of investigation in Arizona in 1902; and to determine why the United States Senate declined to admit Arizona as a state in the fifty-seventh Congress.
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Langston, La Moine. "Arizona's Fight for Statehood in the Fifty-Seventh Congress." (1939). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hist_etds/146