The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons - Chapter IX, Ffrom The Mouth Of The Uinta River To The Junction Of The Grand and Green Summary & Analysis

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Chapter IX, Ffrom The Mouth Of The Uinta River To The Junction Of The Grand and Green Summary and Analysis

It is now the end of July. Some of the men become sick from the greens they eat. They feel better by afternoon and resume their journey. The group enters an area of calm waters. A rock where the river curves is named Sumner's Amphitheater. They enter an area of lateral canyons in a desolate area that they name the Canyon of Desolation. They continually take latitude and longitude readings and later that week, lose two more oars, leaving one boat with only two oars. Several of the men are thrown from the boat in this canyon.

Leaving the Canyon of Desolation, they enter another canyon after a mile...

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