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Population 798; this is a CDP in Maricopa County about 25 miles west of Wickenburg.
Population 676; this is a CDP in La Paz County, named after the daughter of homesteaders Grover and Anna Spitznagel.
Population 271; Chloride lays claim to being the oldest mining town in Arizona. Its website says "Silver built it. Lead and zinc sustained it."
Population 416; this is an unincorporated area in Yuma County known for date palm dates.
Population 570, it is a CDP in Gila County named after the heroine in the book Countess Gisela by E. Marlitt.
Population 612, it is in the Coronado National Forest. Known mostly as a mountain or rock, it is a popular hike.
Population 1320, Fredonia is often called the "Gateway to the north rim of the Grand Canyon."
Population 957, it is a CDP in Navajo County and is on the Hopi Reservation.
Population 677, it is near Payson, AZ, and is a popular hiking destination.
Population 242, this is a CDP in Apache County and is the home of St. Anne's Mission.
Population 293, Jeddito is a CDP in Navajo County and is surrounded by the Hopi Reservation.
Population 951, Leupp is a CDP in Coconino County. The name is pronounced like Loop. During WWII it was the site of the Leupp Isolation Center for Japanese-American internees.
Population 644, this is a CDP in Cochise County and was the 1982 site of a violent battle between law enforcement and members of Christ Miracle Healing Center and Church. Read more in Tales from the Morgue.
Population 217, it is near Payson, AZ.
Population 489, this is a CDP in Apache County. Its name means "Flows in crescent shape" in Navajo.
Population 321, this is a CDP in Pima County. The name is an Anglicized spelling of Pisin Mo'o, O'odham for "Buffalo Head."
Population 3654, Quartzsite is close to Colorado River in La Paz County. It is popular among rock hounds. This is not as obscure as other towns listed here, but who can argue with a name like Quartzsite?
Population 961, this is a CDP in Gila County. Its schoolhouse, built in 1885, is on National Register of Historic Places.
Population 414, this is a CDP in Apache County. It was mentioned in Judy Collins' "Song for Martin."
Population 231, this is a CDP in Gila and Pinal counties. It is in the Tonto National Forest and was settled by Robert A. Irion in 1878.
Population 116, this is an unincorporated area in Pima County. Its name comes from two highways that originally intersected in a "Y." Arizona law required at the time that town names have three letters, hence the name "Why."
If you live in Arizona, you may have heard of these. There's a good chance that most people who don't live in Arizona have not. All of these towns, Census Designated Places and wide spots in the road are less populated than South Tucson, Arizona, that square-mile town surrounded by Tucson. …
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