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Pipe Spring National Monument [AZ]

The Pipe Spring National Monument recounts the history of the American West, commemorating the American Indians and Mormon pioneers of Arizona. The grounds consist of the Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians Visitor Center and Museum, an 1872 Mormon fort, historic buildings, farm animals, an orchard, garden, and ½ mile trail.

Group tours led by park rangers are available for school groups. Ranger talks and demonstrations on Indian crafts and pioneer lifestyles are also available at different times of the year.

 
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