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General report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933

Ansel Franklin Hall

General report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933

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Published by University of California Press in [Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition, 1933-1938,
  • Scientific expeditions,
  • Arizona -- Description and travel,
  • Utah -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ansel Franklin Hall.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20023987M
    LC Control Number34001379
    OCLC/WorldCa3897748


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Hall. 32 pages, 28 illustrations, 2 maps. Paper, 50 cents Reportonthe Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Rainbow Plateau Area of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah.

ByLyndon Lane Hargrave. 56 pages, 16 illustrations, 2. The Lost Tracks: A Journey of Discovery. General report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley expedition of Dinosaur Tracks and Traces is the first book Author: Martin Lockley. General report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of([Berkeley, Calif., University of California Press, ]), by Ansel F.

Hall (page images at HathiTrust) Up and down California in ; the journal of William H. Brewer. Folder "First News from the River Exploration Party," Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition, Folder Campbell, Ian General report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933 book John H.

Maxson, "General Report on the Carnegie Institution-California Institute General report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933 book Technology Grand Canyon Expedition," The Last of the Great Expeditions: The Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition Museum of Northern Arizona, Plat no.

4, Crotty, Helen K. Honoring the Dead: Anasazi Ceramics from the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition. Museum of Cultural History, UCLA, Monograph Series Number Los Angeles,Museum of Cultural File Size: KB.

Andrew L. Christenson, "The Last of the Great Expeditions: The Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition, ," Plateau, 58 4, ; Travis, "Survey of. Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition photo albums at Center of Southwest Studies in Durango Colorado.

Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of Vol. 3=more photos by Branstead Collection P Ansel Hall photograph albums. Scope and Content: The full hand-written title is Photographic Record of the Work and Play of the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition The album seems to have been compiled by Charles R.

Brady Jr. Black-and-white snapshots provide a record of this scientific expedition to Utah in Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition photo albums at Center of Southwest Studies in Durango Colorado.

Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition: Vol. 9=photos by Hoover, Collection P Ansel Hall photograph albums. Hall, Ansel F. General Report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of Berkeley: University of California Press, Harvey, Mark W.T. A Symbol of Wilderness: Echo Park and the American Conservation Movement.

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, Hassell, Hank. Rainbow Bridge: An Illustrated History. "Landscapes on Glass is a story for everyone. Ansel Hall's lantern slides will inspire you as much as they did everyone who was part of the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition.

We owe much to the vision and leadership of these conservationists." Order Book from the Publisher View Note Cards All cards 6 1/4 in. x 4 1/2 in.

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See all 3 Rainbow Bridge National Monument tours on Tripadvisor/5(). This black and white film traces the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition. It was an extradinary enterprise from many points of view. It owes its inception and its survival largely to the vision, the energy, and the tenacity of one man; ANSEL FRANKLIN HALL.

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Harvey. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Rainbow Bridge to Monument Valley: Making the Modern Old West.3/5(4).

uranium miners & their families, used in book “Memories Come to Us in the Rain and the Wind.” Photographic Record of the Rainbow Bridge – Monument Valley Expedition.

Expedition photo album includes photos of people as well as trading posts (Kayenta and Begashebito). Robert W. Young, Extensive collection documenting Navajo Author: Ann Massmann. 28 10 Articles on the Clyde Eddy Expedition, 28 11 "First News from the River Exploration Party," Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition, 28 12 Campbell, Ian and John H.

Maxson, "General Report on the Carnegie Institution-California Institute of Technology Grand Canyon Expedition," 28 13 Notes, Letters and Diaries regarding. Rainbow Bridge National Monument, the world's largest natural bridge, attracts visitors with hiking trails and alluring Navajo Indian history and culture.

The span has undoubtedly inspired people throughout time--from the neighboring American Indian tribes who consider Rainbow Bridge sacred, to thepeople from around the world who visit. Afterthe effects of Collier's reorganized BIA could be felt even in remote field settings like the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley expedition.

Because the Navajo Tribe voted to exclude itself from reorganization under the Wheeler-Howard Act, no funding could be secured for an ethnologist to accompany the expedition. uranium miners & their families, used in book “Memories Come to Us in the Rain and the Wind.” Photographic Record of the Rainbow Bridge – Monument Valley Expedition.

Expedition photo album includes some photos of Navajo Indians as well as trading posts (Kayenta and Begashebito). Sinclair, John. Photos from cowboy author Author: Ann Massmann.

MS Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition collection - This collection consists of images taken during the Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition which was administered by Ansel Hall. MS Earle Forrest - This. Rainbow Bridge National Monument is administered by Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, southern Utah, United w Bridge is often described as the world's highest natural span of Rainbow Bridge was reported in by the Bureau of Reclamation to be feet (84 m), but a measurement of span according to definition by the Natural Arch and Bridge Location: San Juan County, Utah, United States.

In a word, no. Rainbow Bridge is in an extremely remote location, tucked deep into a side canyon near the base of Navajo Mountain. If you do decide to take a trip there, by boat or other method (more on that in a minute), you'll see what we mean - it's still a.

An entrancing tale, this story of the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expeditions of to makes fascinating reading. The planning, preparation, and daily activities of the Expedition make a wonderful adventure story.

Archaeological Studies in Northeast Arizona, A Report on the Archaeological Work of the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition by Ralph L. Beals, George W. Brainerd, and Watson Smith: The Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition.

Envelope to JWB from Andrew L. Christenson: Feb. 26, Report to the chairman and members of the executive committee of land owners opposing the reclamation scheme as proposed by the Whitehall Estate, Incorporated with a discussion of the maximum floods of the San Joaquin Catchment Area: Stockton, Calif.: ms., Aug.

The best way to visit Rainbow Bridge National Monument is by boat. Boat rentals are available, but the least expensive option is to buy a ticket for the boat tour that leaves from Wahweap Marina at Lake Powell Resort near Page, Arizona.

The tour takes about 6 hours and is currently $ per person. Photo Spot Details. General Ethnography () Ivory (1) Journals/Series (85) Linguistics (4) Masks (15) Music (3) Oriental Carpets (13) Overviews of Tribal Art () Photography (3) Religion (9) Textiles (33) Travel & Exploration (2) Weapons, Arms, Armor (2) African Art () AFRICAN ARTS MAGAZINE (82) African History (16).

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Full text of "Southwestern Monuments: Monthly Reports" See other formats. In the National Park Service published a book entitled A Bridge Between Cultures: An Administrative History of Rainbow Bridge National Monument. This book is available for free download from the NABS Download Page.

Our next stop is the Great Arch of Getu, or. Getting to Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Many of the most notable National Parks and monuments are located in remote regions of the country. Rainbow Bridge National Monument, UT is, perhaps, the most difficult such place to reach because it.

(September 5) New ruins sighted in Arizona mesas. College expedition reports traces of old civilization along Utah border. 25) [Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition. Also note of the forthcoming Shiva Temple expedition.] (September 26) [Photograph atop Shiva Temple.] (p.

) (September 26) Topics of the Times. Fodor's Expert Review Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Wahweap Geological Site. The foot red-sandstone arch is the world's largest natural bridge; it can be reached by boat or strenuous hike.

Full text of "Kiva mural decorations at Awatovi and Kawaika-a: with a survey of other wall paintings in the Pueblo Southwest" See other formats.Copy of General Headquarter Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers Natural Resources Section Report No.

titled, "The Japanese Village in Transition": Arthur F. Raper (Consultant, Natural Resources Section) and Tamie Tsuchiyam, Herbert Passin, and David L. Sills (PO&SR Civil Information and Education Section Staff Members); Tokyo, Japan; The Plez Talmadge Reilly Collection consists of personal papers and research notes relating to the history ebook Grand Canyon, the Colorado Plateau, and Lees Ferry.

The collection is extensive and represents a significant contribution to the study of human exploration and settlement of the southern Utah and northern Arizona region.