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Sacred places, North America, 108 destinations, written, photographed, and illustrated by Brad Olsen

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Sacred places, North America, 108 destinations, written, photographed, and illustrated by Brad Olsen
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-397) and index
Illustrations
platesillustrationsmaps
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Sacred places, North America
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Oclc number
228099372
Responsibility statement
written, photographed, and illustrated by Brad Olsen
Series statement
Sacred places series
Sub title
108 destinations
Summary
This revised and updated comprehensive travel guide examines North America's most sacred sites for spiritually attuned explorers
Table Of Contents
The Southwest: Arcosanti, Canyon de Chelly, Monument Valley, Old Oraibi, San Francisco Peaks, Sedona Vortices, Southern Sinagua Pueblos, Wupatki (Arizona); Area 51, Black Rock City, Lake Lahontan sites (Nevada); Chaco Canyon, Chacoan Outlier great Houses, Chimayo, Roswell & White Sands, Shiprock (New Mexico); Canyonlands, Hovenweep, Salt Lake Temple, Zion National Park (Utah) -- West Coast: Bay Area to Point Conception, Blythe Intaglios, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Lake Shrine, Lava Beds, Mission Trail, Mount Shasta (California); Carter Lake, Oregon; Cascade volcanoes; Columbia River Gorge (Washington) -- Alaska: Denali (Mount McKinley) & Sitka -- Hawaii: Pu'uhonua O Honaunau (City of Refuge); Pu'ukohola Heiau (Hill of the Whale); Kilauea; Waipio Valley; Waimea Bay, Kauai; Garden of the Gods, Lanai; Haleakala & Iao Valley, Maui; Kaena Point & Waimea Valley, Oahu; outer islands of Nihoa & Necker. -- Western Canada: Alberta: Ellis Medicine Wheel, Lac Saine Anne, & Majorville Medicine Wheel -- British Columbia: Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii) & Sproat Lake -- Manitoba: Grottoes of Manitoba -- Moose Mountain Medicine Wheel, Saskatchewan -- Rocky Mountains: Colorado: ;Manitou Springs, Mesa Verde, & San Luis Valley -- Nez Perce homeland, Idaho -- Glacier/Waterton International Peace Park, Montana -- Big Horn Medicine Wheel, Devil's Tower, & Yellowstone, WyomingCentral Plains: Effigy Mounds Monument & New Melleray Abbey (Iowa), Pawnee Spirit sites (Kansas), Blackbird Hill (Nebraska), Heavener & Spiro Mounds (Oklahoma), Badlands & Sacred peaks of the Black Hills [Harney Peak, Bear Butte] (South Dakota), Indian Hot Springs (Texas) -- Great Lakes: Cahokia Mounds & Waubansee Stone (Illinois), House of David & Sleeping Bear Dunes (Michigan), Kensington Runestone & Pipestone (Minnesota), Newark Earthworks, Serpent Mound, & Spruce Hill (Ohio), Aztalan, Devil's Lake, & Madeline Island [Moningwunakauning] (Wisconsin) -- Eastern Canada: Atlantic Provinces: L'Anse aux Meadows (Newfoundland); Eastern Canadian Great Lakes, Lake Superior sites, & Peterborough petroglyphs (Ontario); Quebec: Hochelaga, Saint Joseph's Oratory, Saint-Anne De Beaupre -- New England: Prehistoric stone buildings, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island -- The South: Temple mounds, Selma, Alabama, Bimini & Atlantis Florida, Coral Castle, Martin Luther King, Jr. birthplace (Atlanta, GA); Gethsemani & Mammoth Cave (Kentucky); Natchez, Mississippi; Pilot Mountain (NC); Graceland (Memphis, TN); Assateague Island, VA; Grave Creek, WV
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