Grand Canyon National Park
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The primary purpose of the Phoenix Indian School was to assimilate Native American children into mainstream “American” culture.
Saddle up! A community creatively transformed a brownfield into a first-class competition facility for Western and English riding.
Black Canyon City turned a 25-acre plot of bare land into a healthy community park.
After a historic rehabilitation, five classic apartment buildings continue to grace Phoenix’s Roosevelt Historic District.
Young Hispanic students who did not “look white” attended Bullion Plaza School, segregated from white students.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/13.