Going With the Flow, 13,500 years of Grand Canyon River Running History in 60 Minutes

Free Virtual Evening Lecture
Trilobite Crew at Diamond Creek 1871 ps large.jpg

Showings

Virtual Screening Room Sat, Sep 12 7:00 PM
Arizona - Mountain Standard Time

Description

We as a species have been playing with the waters of the Colorado River for at least 13,500 years. This 60 minute presentation talks about many unsung river travelers and National Park Service management of the river for the last 100 years. This presentation includes historic film footage and photographs from archives scattered across the country.

 

Photo: The Trilobite Crew at Diamond Creek, 1871. Public Domain image courtesy Library of Congress.

This lecture is part of the Colorado River Days Flagstaff 2020 festival. For more information visit http://www.coloradoriverdaysflagstaff.org/

Special Book Sale  http://www.vishnutemplepress.com/ 

Vishnu Temple Press publishes and distributes non-fiction books about the Grand Canyon and Colorado Plateau. Profits from purchases made September 12th-19th will be donated to Riordan Mansion.  

 

Additional Information

Please be aware that this is an online virtual event! You will be required to set up an account with Agile Ticketing Solutions and the Zoom information will be sent via the confirmation email. If you have questions, please call 928-779-4395.


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