Echoes from the Canyon: history presentation shares a piece of Grand Canyon's past

Natisha Tackett, Laurel Brierly and Bethany Cherry in 'Jake and the Santa Fe Gang' Children's Theater performance. (Bryan Maul/NPS)

Natisha Tackett, Laurel Brierly and Bethany Cherry in 'Jake and the Santa Fe Gang' Children's Theater performance. (Bryan Maul/NPS)

Visitors to Grand Canyon were treated to "Echoes from the Canyon," a living history presentation Aug. 16-18 on the South Rim. Visitors heard from a collection of figures from Grand Canyon's past as they reminiscenced on the life, love, loss and wonder many found on the Rim. Clockwise from left: Natisha Tackett, Laurel Brierly and Bethany Cherry in 'Jake and the Santa Fe Gang' Children's Theater performance, a visitor pets a mule during a mule demonstration, Duane Smith gives a presentation as Buckey O'Neill, Celia Dubin reenacts a Harvey Girl at El Tovar Hotel, Jason Nez presents 'Landscapes and Cultural Identity' at Shrine of the Ages and Ron Brown slips into character as John Hance during a history walk.

Photos/Bryan Maul, NPS

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