Bless the Beasts and Children Setting & Symbolism

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Arizona

Arizona is a state in the southwest of the United States. It was the last of the forty=eight contiguous states admitted to the Union. It achieved statehood in 1912. Arizona is the sixth largest state. It has a largely desert climate, being hot and arid over most of its area. Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon.

Box Canyon

A box canyon is a small canyon with cliffs on three sides and the only easy entrance through the mouth of the canyon. They were frequently used to corral cattle or buffalo by gating off the open end of the canyon.

Tack Shed

The tack shed is where the necessary equipment for horse riding is stored, such as saddles and harnesses.

Flagstaff, AZ

A city in Northern Arizona, located just south of Arizona's highest mountains. At the time of the story, the population of the city was approximately...

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