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Issue 35 Pipe Spring National Monument

Sept. 21, 2006

This week we're speaking with Andrea Bornemeier, who is the Chief of Interpretation at Pipe Spring National Monument in Arizona. Pipe Spring National Monument preserves a slice of the old west. Native Americans had been using the waters at Pipe Spring for a thousand years before the Mormon settlement arrived. Later, it acted as a way station for people traveling across the Arizona Strip, the part of Arizona separated from the rest of the state by the Grand Canyon. Eventually, it became a private ranch, and today is surrounded by Native American lands, and hosts a visitor center and museum dedicated to them.

This week's interview: Pipe Spring National Monument


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