Beauty Bath

Desert Goddess

By June 9, 2015

eca8e94d2aa9870c3e303ab174eb79f6When the Glen Canyon Dam was approved in April 1956, a group of archeologists and river runners set out to document more than 250 culturally significant sites and 125 side canyons that would be flooded by the project. One of those river runners was Katie Lee, a folk singer and Hollywood starlet turned activist. As she describes, “We would go around a corner, and spread out before us would be this incredible site… Everything was in the right position; everything was perfect.”

In this excerpt from the award-winning documentary DamNation, filmmakers Ben Knight and Travis Rummel interview the “desert goddess.”

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