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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