3 edition of People of the desert, canyons, and pines found in the catalog.
by Arizona State Office of the Bureau of Land Management in Phoenix, Ariz
Written in English
|Statement||by Connie L. Stone.|
|Series||Cultural resource series ;, monograph no. 5, Cultural resource series (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Arizona State Office) ;, no. 5.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Arizona State Office.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A7 S76 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 97,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||88601242|
Fly above Grand Canyon National Park on an aerial tour from Cottonwood, and capture stunning views of the colorful Sonoran Desert scenery. Soar above the red rocks and pines along Oak Creek, and take in the vivid landscape of the Painted Desert. Watch the ground drop away as you bank above the South Rim of the Grand Canyon then look down into /K TripAdvisor reviews. Writing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. Don Marquis. I live in Topanga Canyon, which is like a faux-rustic enclave in Los Angeles. I love the sounds of all the critters outside - the frogs, owls, crickets, and birds. Some of the birds around here are pretty accomplished musicians.
Bryce Canyon Pines Opens in new window Bryce Canyon Show on map miles from center Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool and a hot tub, this motel is a 5-minute drive from Bryce Canyon National Park. They look similar (both evergreens with thin leaves and desert-hearty bark). But these two vital plants in the desert ecosystem are not even in the same family. Pinyons are in the Pinaceae family and junipers are in the Cupressaceae family. Here’s another difference between the two trees: the pinyon pines offer a vital food resource for humans.
The Sunset Western Garden Book (Brenzel et al ) divides the state into eight distinct climate zones. These zones range from subalpine to tropical desert and no one of the pines can grow satisfactorily across this entire range. Minimum winter temperature, frost, maximum summer temperature. Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness is an autobiographical work by American writer Edward Abbey, originally published in His fourth book and his first book-length non-fiction work, it follows three fictional books: Jonathan Troy (), The Brave Cowboy (), and Fire on the Mountain (). Although it initially garnered little attention, Desert Solitaire was eventually.
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People of the desert, canyons, and pines. Phoenix, Ariz.: Arizona State Office of the Bureau of Land Management, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Connie Lynn Stone; United States.
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An interesting book, but the handful of black and white photographs in the center of the book didn't help much. It would've been a better, more easily appreciated book if there had been diagrams and maps interspersed through the text. Just too hard to remember all the geography, even with the help of the single map at the beginning/5(4).
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The Hualapai, the "People of the Tall Pines," have lived in and around the Grand Canyon for hundreds of years. In the past the Hualapai were hunter-gatherers inhabiting an expanse of more than 5 million acres stretching from the Grand Canyon south to the Santa Maria River and from the Black Mountains east to the San Francisco peaks.
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The Canyons of the Ancients National Monument has great hiking trails and beautiful scenery, but the highlight of this site is the well preserved mark of native communities, most notably the Northern Ancestral Pueblo people, also called the Anasazis who settled in the area as early as B.C.
The Hualapai Tribe has inhabited the Grand Canyon Area for hundreds of years, and today has about 2, members. Hualapai means "people of the pines" an appropriate name given the large pinyon-juniper forest they historically inhabited during the fall and winter seasons, where they would hunt game and gather pinyon nuts and other edibles.The title of my book is The Trail to Seven Pines, and the author is Louis Lamour.
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Conveniently located near Salt Lake City, the campground offers panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, and is shaded by pine and aspen. Take a hike on Donut Falls Trail, or fly-fish in Big Cottonwood Creek.