The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons - Chapter XII, The Rio Virgen and theUinkaren Mountains Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XII, The Rio Virgen and theUinkaren Mountains Summary and Analysis

A year later, the men decide to resume the expedition. They plan on a trip or two to three years in length. They begin by establishing their camp by the Kanab so they can travel in various directions. The time is now September 1870. They travel by mule and pony and reach Roaring Water Canyon. They reach the Mormon town of Schunesburg on September 11.

The next day is spent exploring the canyons of the area. They see the tower rocks known as the Temples of Virgin. The men learn a lot of the history of the area from an Indian who is a member of the group. The next day they do to Pipe Spring that is in Arizona near the Utah border. They continue on toward the...

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