Zion National Park on the Social Web

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This presentation – a work-in-progress – curates photos, posters and screenshots of Zion National Park from official and independent sources. You are welcome to adapt and reuse with the attribution-sharealike license. We welcome your interaction -- comments, questions, suggestions, shares, clips, favorites, likes and hearts.

Zion National Park is one of our favorite places in the USA. Ancestral Puebloans inhabited the area from 500-1200 A.D, followed by the Paiute, who were in residence in 1858 when Mormon missionaries arrived. The Paiute called the area Mukuntuweap which means “straight canyon” in Southern Pauite.

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  2. 2. This presentation – a work-in-progress – curates photos, posters and screenshots of Zion National Park from official and independent sources. You are welcome to adapt and reuse with the attribution-sharealike license. We welcome your interaction -- comments, questions, suggestions, shares, clips, favorites, likes and hearts. - Ron Mader (Las Vegas, 2017) p l a n e t a . c o m / z i o n • p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / z i o n About This Presentation
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  15. 15. Ancestral Puebloans inhabited the area from 500-1200 A.D, followed by the Paiute, who were in residence in 1858 when Mormon missionaries arrived. The Paiute called the area Mukuntuweap which means “straight canyon” in Southern Pauite.
  16. 16. In 1909, U.S. President William Howard Taft named the area the Mukuntuweap National Monument. In 1918, the acting director of the newly created National Park Service changed the park's name to Zion and on November 19, 1919 the United States Congress established the monument as Zion National Park.
  17. 17. MUKUNTUWEAP qrFqr! qrFqr!
  18. 18. On March 18, 1918, Zion quadrupled in size and changed from Mukuntuweap National Monument to Zion National Monument.
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  21. 21. facebook.com/zionnps – 10.2013
  22. 22. twitter.com/ZionNPS
  23. 23. youtube.com/user/npszion
  24. 24. flickr.com/zionnps
  25. 25. flickr.com/groups/zionnps
  26. 26. Photo @ Zion National Park
  27. 27. Zion National Park planeta.wikispaces.com/zion
  28. 28. Zion National Park http://www.nps.gov/zion https://www.facebook.com/zionnps https://twitter.com/ZionNPS http://www.flickr.com/zionnps Planeta http://planeta.com Wiki http://planeta.wikispaces.com/zion Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zion_National_Park Joe’s Guide http://citrusmilo.com/zionguide Zion Natural History Association http://zionpark.org YouTube http://www.youtube.com/npszion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ts97Ah1zKWg More than Just Parks: Zion https://www.morethanjustparks.com Parks and Protected Areas around the World: A Directory of Social Web Channels https://docs.google.com/document/d/ 1ZEnd84juEgaisrfbxkutTvUxLpENj7OijlxWXeeMd_M/edit 2017 Zion National Park Online Road Map
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