Hopi House

by Christine Barnes

published by Farcountry Press

produced by WW West, Inc.

  • In January 1905, at the south rim of the Grand Canyon, Hopi House opened within a few days of the grand opening across the courtyard of El Tovar Hotel. Hopi House was created to showcase the magnificent art of Southwest Native Americans and their ability to live in harmony with the environment. Hopi House, with historical and contemporary photographs, is a tribute to an ancient people, their traditions, history and artistic talent.

64 pages, 7 1/4, 37 b/w photos, 22 color photos, 8 illustrations, 48 hardcovers per case

ISBN 10: 972792171
ISBN 13: 9780972792172





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Christine Barnes align= Christine Barnes has written numerous books on historic lodges in the U.S. and Canadian national parks. She was the senior consultant and historian for the PBS television series based on her books, Great Lodges of the National Parks, Great Lodges of the National Parks Volume II, and Great Lodges of the Canadian Rockies. Barnes is a two-time winner of the Benjamin Franklin Award for best history book. A former newspaper editor, she is a graduate of Northwestern University.

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