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Views of the National Parks: Grand Canyon

Offering a collection of photos, videos, and lesson plans, this presentation explores the Grand Canyon in light of its environmental, cultural, and historical contexts, providing information on its discovery, trails, flora and fauna, and the views enjoyed by this national
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Offering a collection of photos, videos, and lesson plans, this presentation explores the Grand Canyon in light of its environmental, cultural, and historical contexts, providing information on its discovery, trails, flora and fauna, and the views enjoyed by this national park's visitors. Be sure to take advantage of all the navigational tools to get the full effect of this site. Also, by clicking on the "Views of the National Parks" section of the link at the bottom of the page, you can find similar sites on other national parks.

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