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Photographs by Richard Hewett. — New York: Clarion Books, 1992. — 64 p. — ISBN 0-395-56241-4. The Anasazi—"the ancient ones" in the Navajo language—were a Native American people with a unique and highly developed culture. They raised crops; practiced their religion; created fine pottery, baskets, and stone and bone tools; and traded for shells, cloth, and news with travelers from...
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New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press, 1997. — 227 p. Anasazi Architecture and American Design is a journey through Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde with leading southwestern archaeologists, historians, architects, landscape architects, artists, and urban planners as guides. In sixteen chapters, the volume's twenty-two essayists identify Anasazi building and cultural features...
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Milwaukee, WI: Gareth Stevens Publishing, 2003. — 32 p. — (Events that shaped America). — ISBN 0-8368-3390-2. On a high plateau in the Southwest, hundreds of years ago, lived the Anasazi people of Mesa Verde. This book tells the story of why they climbed the mesa and how they lived there. It examines the Anasazi people’s move to the extraordinary cliff dwellings and their sudden...
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From the Smithsonian report for 1916, pages 461-488 (with 14 plates). — Washington: Government Printing Office, 1917. — 43 p. The Mesa Verde, or Green Plateau, is situated in the southwestern corner of Colorado and was set apart by Congress from the Ute Reservation for protection of its prehistoric remains. Its form is oval, measuring about 42,000 acres, with an average elevation...
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Utah Bureau of Land Management, 1981. — 365 p. — (Utah BLM Cultural Resource Publication 9). Test excavations and architectural analysis of Big Westwater Ruin (42Sa6752) in southeastern Utah provide evidence of culture change and instability in the western Mesa Verde Anasazi area. The rockshelter was occupied by early-Pueblo II times and finally abandoned by mid- to late-Pueblo...
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Johnson Books, 1991. — 304 p. Within the canyon country of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado, the Anasazi built an elaborate system of carefully engineered roadways. Many of the roads connect to sites in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, and required an enormous amount of human labor to create. Nearly 200 miles of roads have been documented inthe past fifteen years by a handful of...
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Springer, 2017. — 172 p. Taking a bioarchaeological approach, this book examines the Ancestral Pueblo culture living in the Four Corners region of the United States during the late Pueblo I through the end of the Pueblo III period (AD 850-1300). During this time, a vast system of pueblo villages spread throughout the region creating what has been called the Chaco Phenomenon, named...
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University of California Press, 2012. — 376 p. Ancestral Pueblo farmers encountered the deep, well watered, and productive soils of the central Mesa Verde region of Southwest Colorado around A.D. 600, and within two centuries built some of the largest villages known up to that time in the U.S. Southwest. But one hundred years later, those villages were empty, and most people had...
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Boulder: Johnson Books, 1986. — x, 62 p. — ISBN 978-1555660055. Yellow Jacket, near Cortez, Colorado, comprises over thirty prehistoric Anasazi sites around a major ceremonial center.
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Austin, TX: Steck-Vaughn Company, 2001. — 48 p. — (Ancient Civilizations). — ISBN 0-7398-4153-X. The Ancient Civilizations series takes readers on a journey back in time to learn about the history, government, and daily life of people who lived long ago. About the Anasazi. Daily Life of the Anasazi. Anasazi Culture. What Did the Anasazi Do? How We Know. Glossary.
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Second Edition — Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015. — 284 p. In this return to his lively, provocative reconceptualization of the meaning of Chaco Canyon and its monumental 11th-century structures, Stephen H. Lekson expands - over time and distance - our understanding of the political and economic integration of the American Southwest. Lekson's argument that Chaco did not...
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Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1981. — xiv + 284 p. — ISBN 0-8263-0574-1. Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, contained a sizable Prehispanic population for several thousand years. Although it is only a small area of the American Southwest, it has fascinated adventurers and scientists alike for over one hundred years. The history of the canyon's exploration and excavation...
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Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1992. — 96 p. — (University of Utah anthropological papers; no. 117). — ISBN 0874804116. Focuses on one of the sites investigated by M.R. Harrington in the 1920s, to carve out from the misleading connotations of "Lost City" a concept of a site that was a community, Main Ridge, and examines it for indications of its size and its...
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Revised edition. — University of New Mexico Press, 1974. — 382 p. — ISBN 978-0826303295. Anasazi, the Navajos’ name for the “Ancient Ones” who preceded them into the Southwest, is the nickname of Richard Wetherill, who devoted his life to a search for remains of these vanished peoples. He discovered the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde and Kiet Siel and the Basket Maker sites at...
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Foreword by Robert C. Heyder — University of New Mexico Press, 1997. — 272 p. Anasazi Architecture and American Design is a journey through Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde with leading southwestern archaeologists, historians, architects, landscape architects, artists, and urban planners as guides. In sixteen chapters, the volume's twenty-two essayists identify Anasazi building and...
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Crown, 1974. — 196 p. The super-talented photographer, David Muench provides the photos. Text by Donald Pike. 3-page foreword by the super-talented Frank Waters. One of the most impressive, mysterious group of Indians once lived in the Four Corners, the southwestern region of the United States, where Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico merge. Then this civilization vanished...
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Smithsonian Books, 2003. — 172 p. Pueblo Bonito is the largest and most famous ruin in New Mexico's Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Built by the ancestral Puebloan people some 1,000 years ago, the ruin testifies to one of the oldest and most complex societies ever discovered in North America. Study of the large corpus of data continues to generate new ideas about the...
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University of Utah Press, 2012. — 520 p. The “abandonment” of Mesa Verde and the formation of the Rio Grande Pueblos represent two classic events in North American prehistory. Yet, despite a century of research, no consensus has been reached on precisely how, or even if, these two events were related. In this landmark study, Scott Ortman proposes a novel and compelling solution to...
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Chicago: Childrens Press, 1992. — 48 p. — (A New True Book). — ISBN 0-516-01136-7. Describes the Anasazi cliff dwellings and other sights that have made this Colorado national park so famous. Discovery. Exploration. Touring Mesa Verde. Wetherill Mesa. Chapin Mesa. Spruce Tree House. Petroglyph Trail. Mesa-Top Ruins. More Than a Day. Words You Should Know.
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Design and photographs by Rolf Zilimer. — Chicago: Children's Press, 1977. — 48 p. — ISBN 0-516-07490-3. Discusses the clift dwellings found in Mesa Verde National Park which are believed to have been built by relatives of the Pueblo Indians.
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University of New Mexico Press, 2017. — 328 p. San Marcos, one of the largest late prehistoric Pueblo settlements along the Rio Grande, was a significant social, political, and economic hub both before Spanish colonization and through the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. This volume provides the definitive record of a decade of archaeological investigations at San Marcos, ancestral home to...
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University of New Mexico Press / School for Advanced Research Press, 2018. — 136 p. Often overshadowed by the Ancestral Pueblo centers at Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde, the Middle San Juan is one of the most dynamic territories in the pre-Hispanic Southwest, interacting with Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde as well as the surrounding regions. This ancient Puebloan heartland was...
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Simon & Schuste, 1997. — 272 p. An exuberant, hands-on fly-on-the-wall account that combines the thrill of canyoneering and rock climbing with the intellectual sleuthing of archaeology to explore the Anasazi. David Roberts describes the culture of the Anasazi - the name means “enemy ancestors” in Navajo - who once inhabited the Colorado Plateau and whose modern descendants are the...
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University of New Mexico Press, 2000. — 264 p. At the height of their power in the late eleventh century, the Chaco Anasazi dominated a territory in the American Southwest larger than any European principality of the time. A vast and powerful alliance of thousands of farming hamlets and nearly 100 spectacular towns integrated the region through economic and religious ties, and the...
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Oxford University Press, 2002. — 48 p. New Mexico, northwestern corner. Here, amidst the greasewood bushes and clouds of dry, sandy soil, are the silent ruins of colossal mud and wooden houses, a mysterious remnant of an ancient civilization. In Chaco Canyon , readers learn about the discovery of these amazing structures and follow generations of archaeologists as they uncover the...
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Revised Edition. — Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado: Mesa Verde Museum Association, Inc., 1991. — 96 p. — ISBN 0-937062-15-4. Visitors to Mesa Verde National Park are generally amazed by the number of cliff dwellings as well as the many fine artifacts they see. It was similar interest by concerned individuals during the 1890s that ultimately led Congress to establish the area as...
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