Great Sand Dunes National Monument: Stories of the Past
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Author: None cited
Publisher: San Luis Valley Historical Society
Pub Date: 1990
Binding: Paperback (Pamphlet)
Condition: Good. Stapled binding tight. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Light wear to edges and corners. Sunning at spine edge.
Notes: Pamphlet. VERY RARE. No copies available for sale, and held in only two libraries. The Great Sand Dunes National Monument was created in 1932, in one of the last acts of the Hoover administration. This 40 page, tourist-oriented pamphlet, has 7 articles covering the natural and cultural histories of the monument, climate, archaeological research, a family history, and some legends.
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