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The county recorders' offices in [[Portal:Arizona|Arizona]] have voting registers kept since the 1870s. These are sometimes called “Great Registers” and include residence, naturalization, and place of origin. The Family History Library has copies from some counties, such as 41 microfilms from Maricopa County from 1876 to 1932.<br>
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The county recorders' offices in [[Portal:Arizona|Arizona]] have voting registers kept since the 1870s. These are sometimes called “Great Registers” and include residence, naturalization, and place of origin. The Family History Library has copies from some counties, such as 41 microfilms from Maricopa County from 1876 to 1932.
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The county recorders' offices in Arizona have voting registers kept since the 1870s. These are sometimes called “Great Registers” and include residence, naturalization, and place of origin. The Family History Library has copies from some counties, such as 41 microfilms from Maricopa County from 1876 to 1932.