Grand Canyon Arizona a steep-sided canyon carved by Colorado River Native American Indians Inhabited the canyon.

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Grand Canyon Arizona a steep-sided canyon carved by Colorado River Native American Indians Inhabited the canyon.
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Grand Canyon Arizona, is a steep-sided canyon carved by Colorado River Grand Canyon National Park, Kaibab national Forest, Grand Canyon-Parashant national monument, Hualapai Tribal Nation, Havasupai people, Navajo Nation, President Theodore Roosevelt proponent of preservation of Grand Canyon area, Grand Canyon is 277 miles long and 18 miles wide and about one mile deep, Earth's geological history, Native American Indians inhabited canyon caves,Indian settlements, Hopi: Ongtupqa, Yavapai:Wi:ka 'l-la, Navajo:Tsekooh Hatsoh, Spanish: Gran Canon,
Location: Grand Canyon, Arizona

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