Old Route 66
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Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge
The Hoover Dam bypass, also known as the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, was called “America’s Newest Wonder” by USA Today. The bypass has many wondrous factors including that it is the first concrete steel composite arch bridge built in the United States. It is the longest concrete arch in the Western Hemisphere and the second highest bridge in the nation.
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Frontier Trading Post
The trading posts across the Western Frontier grow into a means of bartering goods between the hunters, Indians, farmers and Eastern merchants. This Arizona Trading Post was a market for Navajos and Apaches.
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Grand Canyon Railway
Williams-Grand Canyon, Arizona
Grand Canyon Railways newest stem engine #4960, an ex-Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Mikado type engine, crosses over a trestle on its trip to the Grand Canyon
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08 Apr 2012 Leave a comment
Navajo ~ NativeAmericans
Of the Native American tribes living within the United States, the Navajo is the largest. The Navajo Nation also possesses the largest reservation, encompassing some 27,000 square miles of land rich in oil, gas, coal and uranium. However, true wealth of the reservation and people lies not beneath the ground, but in daily life expresses through the art of weaving, traditional dress and dance.