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Danger River
Description: Rafting trip down the treacherous Colorado River
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Clip #: TFA-133D
Length: 8:33
Year: 1947
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Arizona
Subject: National Parks
Original: 16mm
1940s, Arizona, Colorado River, tumultuous white water traveling through Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, Colorado River seemingly placid, "Danger River," tumultuous white water, human skeleton, rough water boatman Norman Nevills, Nevills Expedition, Norman Nevills reinforcing boats and wrapping iron ore locks, woman and men loading cargo onto boat, car carting boat, Lee's Ferry, men pulling boat into water, rationed provisions being stowed inside boat, Nevills and men looking at tumultuous white water of Badger Rapids, Nevills giving instruction to boatmen, Nevills wearing life vest in boat, boat navigating through white water, boat flipped over in water, men bailing water out of boat, boat traveling successfully through white water, boat fragments, human skeleton, man looking at human skeleton, man exploring cliff dwellings, boat traveling through calm canyon waters, men fishing for rainbow trout, deer, Granite Gorge, Graveyard of the Colorado, boat traveling through white water rapids, boat pov Lake Mead

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