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    Colorado National Monument near Grand Junction encompasses more than 20,000 acres of spectacular canyons and rock formations.
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National Park Service, “Geology Fieldnotes: Colorado National Monument, Colorado,” updated January 4, 2005.

National Park Service, “John Otto,” n.d.

Thomas J. Noel and Duane A. Smith, Colorado: The Highest State, 2nd ed. (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2011).

R. Laurie and Thomas H. Simmons, “Colorado National Monument Multiple Property Submission,” National Park Service form 10-900b (Denver: History Colorado, 1994).

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Colorado National Monument

Laurena Mayne Davis, ed., Monumental Majesty: 100 Years of Colorado National Monument (Grand Junction, CO: Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, 2011).

Grand Junction Vacation, Tourism, and Travel Information

Alan J. Kania, John Otto of Colorado National Monument (Boulder: Roberts Rhinehart, 1984).

Alan J. Kania, John Otto Trials and Trails (Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1996).

Museums of Western Colorado, “Geology of the Grand Valley,” n.d.

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