The wild Colorado: the true adventures of Fred Dellenbaugh, age 17, on the second Powell Expedition into the Grand Canyon
Recounts the adventures of seventeen-year-old Fred Dellabaugh, the youngest member of the second expedition lead by Major John Wesley Powell, who spent two years exploring and mapping the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon in 1871.
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