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File:Map of the Grand Canyon National Monument 1908.jpg


Map of Grand Canyon National Monument within Grand Canyon National Forest, Arizona. Prepared in 1907 by the National Forest Service, and published upon the proclamation of Grand Canyon National Monument on January 11, 1908.

Scale ca. 1:253,440.

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