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Bryce Canyon National Park: Hoodoos Cast Their Spell (64)
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Students explore the natural wonders of this once remote area in Utah and explore how it became a popular tourist destination in the early 20th century. They examine how the region was used by Mormon settlers, scientists and the government.
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