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Phoenix  Mark Bregman

Mark Bregman

Phoenix, AZ Estate Planning
Avvo rating 10.0
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Phoenix  Doug R Zanes

Doug Zanes

Phoenix, AZ Car Accidents
Avvo rating 8.6
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Phoenix  Anthony Salvador

Anthony Salvador

Phoenix, AZ Business
Avvo rating 6.8
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Phoenix  Flynn P. Carey

Flynn Carey

Phoenix, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
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Phoenix  Jennifer G Gadow

Jennifer Gadow

Phoenix, AZ Family
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Elliot Wolfe is one of the finest trial lawyers I know. Elliot has been successfully handling complex... more
Phoenix  Elliot G Wolfe

Elliot Wolfe

Phoenix, AZ Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.1
I met and ultimately hired Samuel Randall to provide counsel regarding an employment contract that I wished... more
Phoenix  Samuel R Randall

Samuel Randall

Phoenix, AZ Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 6.8
Michelle is an AWESOME lawyer. In 2013, I was charged with a DUI in which Michelle handled with a great... more
Phoenix  Michelle L. Bell

Michelle Bell

Phoenix, AZ DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 7.0


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The history of the Phoenix area begins with Hohokam civilization, which could have started there as early as 300 B.C.E. The first farmers of Phoenix, they built an impressively elaborate irrigation system in the Pueblo Grande before mysteriously disappearing a little over 500 years ago.

In addition to still using some of these canals, if legend is believed the citizens of Phoenix also owe their city's name to the Hohokam. According to legend, pioneer Darrell Duppa saw the ruins of the Hohokam people and, believing another civilization would be born from the remains, dubbed the city "Phoenix" after the mythical bird that rose from the ashes.