The county seat of Mohave County, Arizona, is Kingman. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 134,222, an increase of 40,725 over the 1990 census.
Arizonas First Territorial Assembly met in 1864 to establish Mohave County. The county was named after the Mohave Indians, who had lived along the Colorado River for many years. Originally, the county included a section of Nevada. Then in 1865, part of Mohave County split away and became another county called Pah-Ute.
Mohave County is the second largest county in the state. It is situated in the upper northwest corner of the state, bordering California, Nevada and Utah. This location makes it ideal when traveling to other areas.
For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.
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