The Museum of Northern Arizona preserves the anthropology, biology, geology and
fine arts of the Colorado Plateau through displays, education and research. It is also
has the second largest collection of artifacts and such, first being the Smithsonian
Wade Albrecht: Biology Teacher (FALA Staff) He was our coach for this web page. We thank him for his time, effort, and input on this project.
Tony: Photo Archivist (Museum Staff) He was the one responsible for the Black and White photos. Since we have many W&B photos throughout the site, we thank him for his time and effort.
Mike Fox: Museum Director He was the one responsible for the use of the Museum as a resource. If he had not so graciously offered the services of the Museum, this web page would not be what you see now.
Rusty Dale: Navajo Speaker (Museum Staff) He was the one responsible for the all Navajo recordings. We thank him for his time and effort.
Leland Dennis: Hopi Speaker (Museum Staff) She was the one responsible for the all Hopi recordings. We thank her for her time and effort.
Roger Clark: Initial Help (Museum Director of Education) He helped design some of the educational components of the page. We thank him very much for his time and effort.