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This is truly the land of the Navajo. Monument Valley was "discovered" by the white man over 55 years ago. Here you will relive the events as our culture found the Navajo's culture. As much as this is a story of the Valley and the Navajo, it is a story of the pioneers: Harry and Mike Goulding, as well as the photographer Josef Muench.
Monument Valley is a land of everlasting wealth. The Navajo, the formations, the very color of the earth--all show you a warmth that enriches and excites the emotions.
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Each book in this series tells a compelling story through the eyes of an experienced interpreter whose writing reflects true enthusiasm for the park. Complete with running text and interpretive captions, accompanied by abundant full-color photographs, these books will be welcome in any home library.
Monument Valley Today (pages 44-59) Photography and Text by Bruce Hucko.About the Author:
K.C. DenDooven came to the Valley in 1962 when he first entered the publishing world. Here he met Harry Goulding, who gave him an insight into the magnificence and grandeur of the great Southwest.
Bruce Hucko--photographer, writer, educator, and children's art coach--focuses on themes of community, art, landscape, and people and their interrelationships.
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Book Description KC Publications, Inc., 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Revised. Seller Inventory # DADAX0887142192
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