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Population:
19,700+
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Number of active lawyers:
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More about Nogales, Arizona

The name "Nogales" comes from Spanish for "walnut" It refers to the large stands that used to be walnut trees in the mountain pass at Nogales.

Nogales was present at the 1775-1776 Juan Bautista de Anza expedition's beginning. It entered the USA from New Spain. The Juan Bautista de Anza National Historical Trail now includes the town. A small room is located on the second floor in the 1904 Nogales Courthouse, dedicated to the 1775-1776 Anza Expedition.

Los Nogales de Elias was established in 1841 by a grant of land from Mexico to the Elias family. Nogales was annexed to the United States of America in 1853 after the Gadsden purchase. Jacob Isaacson, a Russian immigrant, established a trading post in Nogales in 1880. The U.S. The U.S. Postal Service opened Isaacson's post office but changed its name to Nogales in 1883.

According to David Leighton, Sonora Gov. was established in 1915. Jose M. Maytorena commissioned the construction of an 11-wire fence to separate Nogales from Nogales, but it was removed four months later.

A battle between the United States Army forces, mostly civilian militia, and Mexican militia took place on August 27, 1918. The result of a decade of tensions stemming from the Mexican Revolution and previous battles in Nogales in 1913 and 1915 along the border, the 1918 violence culminated in the construction of the first permanent wall along the unobstructed border line on International Street between Nogales and Nogales.

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