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Ann Haymond Zwinger
Down Canyon

Original Airdate: May 21, 1997


About the Author

While young, Ann Haymond (Zwinger) she lived along the White River. She studied art history and was awarded two degrees, an A.B. in Arts in 1946 by Wellesley College and an A.M. in Fine Arts by Indiana University in 1950. She has taught Southwest Studies and English at Colorado College.


About this Book

Teamed with scientists and other naturalists, Zwinger was part of an ongoing study of change along the Colorado. In all seasons and all weathers, in almost every kind of craft that goes down the waves, she returned to the Grand Canyon again and again to explore, look, and listen. From the thrill of running the rapids to the wonder in a grain of sand, her words take the reader down 280 miles of the "ever-flowing, energetic, whooping and hollering, galloping" river.



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