|thewinslowbuzz.com||Thursday, June 30, 2016|
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Winslows population: 9,520 residents (2000)
Elevation: 4,850 feet
Average daily maximum temperature is 70.6 F degrees.
Average daily minimum temperature is 39.9 F degrees.
Established in 1880
Incorporated in 1900
Winslow was the largest city in northern Arizona during its heyday in the 1920s and 1930s. Charles Lindbergh designed an airport there that became a major stop between Los Angeles and Chicago. During those years, it was the busiest airport in the state.
Winslow was probably named for General Edward Winslow, a railroad executive, although a prospector near Mayer named Tom Winslow later claimed the honor. Winslow remains the Arizona headquarters for the Santa Fe Railroad.
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