A Look Back: Tribe Puts Hopes in Skywalk
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A Look Back: Tribe Puts Hopes in Skywalk

In March, the Hualapai Indian tribe oversaw construction of the glass skywalk over the Grand Canyon. The Hualapai hope the skywalk will provide its impoverished tribe with a desperately needed economic boost. Video by: Sylvia Moreno/Post and Jacqueline Refo/post.comRead Related Story

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