Series: Glen Canyon: A Dam, Water, and the West

In a remote desert on the Utah-Arizona border during the 1950s, the Western paradox of water and progress would play out in dramatic fashion against the timeless flow of the Colorado River. Glen Canyon Dam would create one of the world's largest man-made bodies of water in a desert, while at the same time drowning a thousand years of human history.

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