Adventures in the Canyons of the Colorado, by Two of Its Earliest Explorers
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Adventures in the Canyons of the Colorado, by Two of Its Earliest Explorers

By William Wallace Bass
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  • Mr. W. W. Bass with his old indian friend. Mr. Bass has written the tradition and history of the Havasupai Indians and taught them our language.
  • FOREWORD
    • INTRODUCTION
      • Inscription of Powell Monument, Grand Canyon National Park
      • W. W. HAWKINS
      • Fac-simile of Page 1 of W. W. Hawkins manuscript account of the First Powell Expedition.
      • Fac-simile of Page 3 of W. W. Hawkins manuscript account of the First Powell Expedition.
      • Fac-simile of last page of W. W. Hawkins manuscript account of the First Powell Expedition.
    • Inscription of Powell Monument, Grand Canyon National Park
    • W. W. HAWKINS
    • Fac-simile of Page 1 of W. W. Hawkins manuscript account of the First Powell Expedition.
    • Fac-simile of Page 3 of W. W. Hawkins manuscript account of the First Powell Expedition.
    • Fac-simile of last page of W. W. Hawkins manuscript account of the First Powell Expedition.
    • PART II.
      • THE STORY OF JAMES WHITE, THE FIRST MAN TO PASS THROUGH THE CANYONS OF THE COLORADO RIVER.
      • Fac-simile of first page of James White's letter to his brother.
      • Fac-simile of second page of James White's letter, and the envelope in which it was sent to his brother.
    • THE STORY OF JAMES WHITE, THE FIRST MAN TO PASS THROUGH THE CANYONS OF THE COLORADO RIVER.
    • Fac-simile of first page of James White's letter to his brother.
    • Fac-simile of second page of James White's letter, and the envelope in which it was sent to his brother.
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