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Peoples and Places
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Grotto Canyon389 - Hopi Rock art at Grotto Canyon,Part One: The Discovery
Summary: Hopi Rock Art in Alberta? The Hopi are from Arizona...listen to hear the tale of how this amazing discovery was made.

Pictograph from Grotto Canyon390 - Hopi Rock Art at Grotto Canyon, Part Two
Summary:Hopi Rock Art in Alberta? The Hopi are from Arizona...listen to hear the continuation of this fascinating tale.

Pictograph from Grotto Canyon391 - Hopi Rock Art at Grotto Canyon, Part Three
Summary:Hopi Rock Art in Alberta? The Hopi are from Arizona...listen to hear the tale.


View of Lake Minnewanka402 - Old Aboriginal Sites at Lake Minnewanka
Summary:Lake Minnewanka is one of the Biggest Lakes in Banff Park - and is a very good record of the time period from 9300 years ago as far back as 10,400 years ago! Listen to learn more about this ancient site.

View of Lake Minnewanka in the mountains403 - Lake Minnewanka, Part Two
Summary:Lake Minnewanka is one of the biggest Lakes in Banff Park - using radiocarbon dating, archaeologists find that First Nations people camped here for more than 10 thousand years! Listen to learn more about this ancient site.

Lake Minnewanka explanatory placque404 - Lake Minnewanka, Post-Glacial Environment
Summary: Lake Minnewanka is one of the biggest Lakes in Banff Park - and the encampments are at least twice as old as the pyramids in Egypt! Listen to learn more about this ancient site.


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