Canyon de Chelly

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Can·yon de Chel·ly

 (kăn′yən də shā′)
A canyon in northeast Arizona containing the ruins of spectacular Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings built between ad 350 and 1300.
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Weeklong backpacking trip in the Canyon del Muerto of Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Ariz.
In the early 1930s, when Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, Canyon de Chelly National Monument in Arizona and similar protected sites were first established, Native Americans received little economic benefit from tourism.
Traveling through Arches, Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon, Zion, and Monument Valley National Parks and concluding at the Canyon de Chelly National Monument, students explore the parks through hands-on work and lecture, improving composition and technical finesse -- pursuing their artistic vision, from image-making to final print-making.