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The History Of Arizona's Pipe Spring National Monument. by David. Lavender

The History Of Arizona's Pipe Spring National Monument.

by David. Lavender

Publication: Published by the Zion Natural History Association, 1997, Springdale, Utah

Second edition, (Revised). 8vo. Colorful pictorial wrappers, [6], 58 pp., illustrated, plates, portraits, notes, glossary, bibliography. index. The revised edition of the booklet published in 1984 using the title, PIPE SPRING AND THE ARIZONA STRIP. The history and development of the Pipe Spring National Monument, located in the northeastern extremity of Mohave County some ten miles south of the Utah state line. The Pipe Spring National Monument preserves an historic fort and other structures built by Mormon pioneers near a year-round spring in the southern Great Basin Desert. The Monument was established by President Calvin Coolidge on May 31, 1923, to memorialize the exploration and settlement of the Southwest. The author presents a detailed history of the area. There are some fine illustrations provided. Fine copy.

Inventory Number: 45979

$20.00