Havasupai Canyon


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Havasupai Canyon at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

The Havasupai people are a Native American tribe who have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least the past 800 years. Havasu means "blue-green water" and pai "people". Although living primarily above and inside the Grand Canyon, which consists mostly of harsh terrain, the tribe's territory was also home to some lush vegetation.

(Source: The Havasupai People, Henry F. Dobyns, Indian Tribal Series, Phoenix, 1971.)


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