Few of the nearly two million visitors who come to Bryce Canyon each year
are aware of this spectacular region's early history and of how it became a national park.
This 82 page book tells the story of the area, first inhabited by the southern Paiute, and then a scottish carpentar Ebenezer Bryce, settled in the area. In 1916 A.W. Stephens brought Bryce Canyon to the public's attention.
This book is packed with photos and historic facts.
A must ready for anyone who loves Bryce Canyon and history.