From the September 8, 1947 feature photo essay on the #GrandCanyon: “Havasu Falls, at the canyon’s western end, are in the Havasupai Indian Reservation, which can be reached only by a 14-mile horseback trip from the South Rim. The Indian name, Havasupai means "blue-green water,” derived from the brilliant color of the lime-impregnated water of Havasu Creek.“ (Frank Scherschel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

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