Here is my latest article about uranium mining in Arizona. Mining is an integral part of Arizona’s history, bringing about economic prosperity to most of the state. But there are still aspects of mining that some of Arizona’s people are reticent about.
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Northern Arizona has pine forests, skiing, desert and mountains, the Colorado River, universities, and fine Mexican cuisine, but it also has a myriad of popular museums. One of these is the Museum of Northern Arizona.
Located in Flagstaff, this private museum has an extensive display of Native American jewelry, many prize winners from jewelry fairs, Navajo rugs, geology displays, ancient and modern Indian ceramics, and much more amongst the thousands of exhibits.
Housed in a beautiful building, the displays continue to grow. An entirely new wing is being built to house more artifacts of past and present Arizona culture. A children’s room allows kids to interact with thought provoking objects and concepts. The museum is immaculately kept.
If you enjoy good museums, I mean really good museums, you shouldn’t miss the Museum of Norther Arizona.
For an in-depth look at the museum, try this read. http://john000.hubpages.com/hub/Museum-of-Northern-Arizona-in-Flagstaff-One-of-the-Best-Local-Attractions-and-Museums-of-History