ABSTRACT

BRYCE CANYON PARK After Zion, Congress rested from its park labors. For five years no more national parks except Hot Springs were created; but on June 7, 1924, Bryce Canyon National Park, not very far from Zion, a varicolored jewel of a little park, was added, as a result of promotion by Albright and Mather and Congressional efforts of Senator Smoot of Utah.3