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Santa Cruz County was formed from what was previously Pima County on March 15, 1899. It is named after Santa Cruz River. The Canelo Hills are the origin of the river. It flows eastwards to the United States and Santa Cruz County, then crosses into Mexico at the Santa Cruz community.
In the 1690s, Father Eusebio Kino (an Italian missionary and explorer) named the Santa Cruz River, "holy cross" in Spanish. Kino also founded several missions to evangelize O'odhams who lived along the Santa Cruz River banks, including Missions San Cayetano del Tumacacori (1691), San Gabriel de Guevavi (1691), and Los Reyes de Sonoita (1692), near Sonoita Creek. Kino also established Mission San Xavier del Bac (1692), near Tucson, Arizona, and Mission Santa Maria del Pilar (1693), in what is now Santa Cruz de Mexico.