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Arizona Village


It is one of the many communities of the Black Hills Indian Reservation. It is the largest predominantly Indian settlement on the Fort Mojave Reservation. Arizona Village is a cdp or Census Designated Place. The 2010 census for Arizona Village was 946. That is an increase of 595 from the 2000 census of 351. Native Americans account for 89% of the cdp's population according to the 2000 census. Adjacent to Arizona Village is another settlement that became a part of Arizona Village a little before 2000 or a little after 2000. The 2010 census for Arizona Village is 946. However, the demographics have changed. Whites now make up 41% of the cdp's population. The Indian population including Mexican and mixed bloods, is near 58% of the community's population. Below are several links to pictures of Arizona Village, Arizona. The north part is the part of the settlement which is 89% Indian. The south part is very mixed.





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Arizona Village Full Photograph From Above

North Road Closeup Photograph

North Road Closeup Photograph

North Road Closeup Photograph

North Road Closeup Photograph

North Road Closeup Photograph

North Road Closeup Photograph

North Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

South Road Closeup Photograph

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