Book Condition: Very Good+ in Good+ dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: [s. I. ]: American West Publishing Company, 1969.
First edition/first printing in Very Good+ condition in Good+ price clipped dust-jacket with edgewear, chipping, and detached rear flap.
The Grand Colorado River is one of the most formidable and longest rivers in North America. Spanning 3,000 miles from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California, the Grand Colorado is a mighty force that has carved its way through some of the most rugged and rugged terrain in North America. The river is home to both rapids and stunningly beautiful canyons. The Grand Colorado is a river that has been a part of the history and culture of the people of the American West for centuries. It is a river that has been a source of sustenance, transportation, and recreation for the locals and tourists that visit its banks. The Grand Colorado: The Story of a River and its Canyons is a book that tells the story of the Grand Colorado River and its canyons from the perspective of the people who have lived along its banks and depend on it for their livelihood.; 4to ; 310 pages.