Happy Anniversary!

May 2008
Weekly Reader - Edition 2;May/Jun2008, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p2
The article celebrates the 100th year of the Grand Canyon as a national monument in Arizona in 2008. A canyon, carved by fast-streaming rivers, refers to a long and narrow valley having high cliffs on its sides. The Colorado River carved the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Scientists observe the changes in the canyon and work on its preservation.


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