Chapter I, The Valley of the Colorado
• The Colorado River forms where the Grand River and the Green River meet.
• The Apache and Navajo Indian tribes lived along the desert portions of the Colorado.
• The Mogollon Escarpment separates the low desert regions from the upper plateau.
• Many of these canyons and gorges were unknown until the Colorado River Exploring Expedition found them.
Chapter II, Mesas and Buttes
• A plateau extends from the Grand Canyon to the Next Mexico line with many tributaries of the Gila River forming in the Mogollon Escarpment.
• Many Indian artifacts have been found in the area.
• The tributary, Little Colorado, flows through the Zuni Plateau.
• Further north is the Glen Canyon.
Chapter III, Mountains and Plateaus
• The source of the Green River is in the Wind River Mountains.
• The Plateau Province is divided by the Wasatch Mountains.
• The Tavaputs Plateau is between the Wasatch...
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