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A Native American reservation, just a javelin throw from the Grand Canyon

Indians, cowboys and the old west. Get to know the indigenous people of America and their bloody history, and gain insight into which places to visit on a road trip through the history of the United States.
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An Indian reservation, just a javelin throw from the Grand Canyon is written by Michael Bo Christensen.

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Road trip through American history

Many of us who would like to road trip, would like to go out and experience the American history that is constantly reminded of the countless country roads. This article focuses on the many Native American sights you should visit on your road trip in USA.

The possibilities are many, and visiting an Indian reservation is a great experience for the whole family, where at the same time there is a sad and violent story behind it. All to create the United States we know today. An Indian reservation is definitely worth a visit if you want to understand the part of American history that the reservations symbolize.

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About the travel writer

Michael Bo Christensen

Michael Bo Christensen owns the travel site Drivingusa.dk
Michael has a special love for small unknown natural gems, which probably do not remain unknown. He is accustomed to the Indian reservations and has a great knowledge of these.

With his travel site as a back catalog, Michael likes to give lectures on his almost 20 trips to the USA. Over the last 40 years, he has developed a close and loving relationship with the Americans and greatly appreciates their immediate and accommodating manner.

Many self-drive travelers get a hand out of Michael when their itinerary needs to be knitted together, and so do several travel agencies when product developing their travels.

Michael works on a daily basis as a school educator, and in his spare time he swings the sticks in jazz and swing bands and enjoys his family.

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