RIVER TO RIM: A GUIDE TO PLACE NAMES ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER IN GRAND CANYON FROM LAKE POWELL TO LAKE MEAD
by Nancy Brian
$100.00 - RARE, OUT OF PRINT, 1st Edition for Collectors
River to Rim tells you how the names of the Grand Canyon came to be: the record of who named what and when, quotations from explorers, tourists and river runners and often the bizarre, funny, or moving events that gave rise to the names on the maps today. It tells the story behind the scenery for rapids, temples, and points along 300 miles of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park on a mile-by- mile sequence.
RIVER RUNNER’S GUIDE TO THE CANYONS OF THE GREEN & COLORADO RIVERS WITH EMPHASIS ON GEOLOGIC FEATURES – Marble Gorge & Grand Canyon – Original 1969 commemorative edition (rare)
ANATOMY OF THE GRAND CANYON: PANORAMAS OF THE CANYON’S GEOLOGY
by W. Kenneth Hamblin
$300.00 - RARE, OUT OF PRINT
Author-photographer W. Kenneth Hamblin has packed a lifetime of geologic study into a volume that is at once inspiring and instructive, and has given the reader access to the Grand Canyon's most intriguing secrets. This is not a textbook, but rather a visual tour from the canyon's rims, the Colorado River, and the air; from its beginning at Lee's Ferry to its end 277 miles downstream at the Grand Wash Cliffs. Supported by text, diagrams, and easy-to-understand maps, these panoramic photographs tell an amazing story. 144 pages; hardcover; 11" x 10"
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