Interpretive Themes for Artist and Author
Pastel on Board
The Artist-in-Residence Program aims to share the beauty and spirit of Grand Canyon National Park with other visitors.
NATIVE AMERICAN CONNECTIONS Grand Canyon remains a homeland and a sacred place to a number of American Indian cultures, a point of emergence for some, offering us an opportunity to consider the powerful and spiritual ties between people and place.
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Did You Know?
In Grand Canyon,one of the broad, sandy areas on the north bank of the Colorado River is Unkar Delta, composed of rock debris carried from the North Rim by Unkar Creek. Prehistoric Pueblo people occupied numerous sites on Unkar Delta and along Unkar Creek for about 350 years (A.D. 850 to A.D. 1200)