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Exhibition | Carved Rock: How Water Shaped Land & Life in Clear Creek Canyon

Presented by Fremont Indian State Park and Museum and Utah Humanities at Fremont Indian State Park and Museum, Sevier UT

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Aug 22 2020
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Oct 11 2020
Exhibition | Carved Rock: How Water Shaped Land & Life in Clear Creek Canyon

“Carved Rock: How Water Shaped Land & Life in Clear Creek Canyon” is a new exhibition at Fremont Indian State Park that explores how the water of Clear Creek carved a canyon passageway through daunting mountains and has served as a source of life and symbol of sustenance to people using the canyon for the last 10,000 years.

This exhibition accompanies the Smithsonian Water|Ways exhibition, stopping in in the Sevier Valley from August 22 to October 11, 2020 at the Fremont Indian State Park

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Fremont Indian State Park and Museum

3820 W. Clear Creek Canyon Rd., Sevier, UT 84766

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