Chaco Culture National Historical Park
Chaco Culture National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park hosting the densest and most exceptional concentration of pueblos in the American Southwest. The park is located in n...
Chaco Culture National Historical Park - Wikipedia
Fremont culture
The Fremont culture or Fremont people is a pre-Columbian archaeological culture which received its name from the Fremont River in the U.S. state of Utah where the first Fremont sites were discovered. ...
Fremont culture - Wikipedia
Hohokam
Hohokam (/hoʊhoʊˈkɑːm/) is one of the four major prehistoric archaeological Oasisamerica traditions of what is now the American Southwest. Variant spellings in current, official usage include Hobokam,...
Hohokam - Wikipedia
Mesa Verde National Park
Mesa Verde National Park is a U.S. National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Montezuma County, Colorado, United States. It is the largest archaeological preserve in the United States...
Mesa Verde National Park - Wikipedia
Puebloan peoples
The Pueblo people are Native American people in the Southwestern United States comprising several different language groups and two major cultural divisions, one organized by matrilineal kinship syste...
Puebloan peoples - Wikipedia
Palatki Heritage Site
The Palatki Heritage Site — in the Hopi language Palatki means 'red house', is an archaeological site and park located in the Coconino National Forest, near Sedona, in Arizona.
The Palatki site h...
Palatki Heritage Site - Wikipedia
Snaketown
Snaketown is an archaeological site 30 miles (48 km) southeast of Phoenix, Arizona that was inhabited by the Hohokam people. Definitive dates are not clear, but the site was generally thought to ...
Snaketown - Wikipedia
Anasazi State Park Museum
Anasazi State Park Museum is a state park and museum in Southern Utah, USA, featuring the ruins of an ancient Anasazi village referred to as the Coombs Village Site.
Established as a Utah state pa...
Anasazi State Park Museum - Wikipedia
Cuarenta Casas
Cuarenta Casas is an archaeological site located in Vallecito in the Municipality of Casas Grandes Chihuahua, 45 kilometers north of the Maderas Municipality, in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico, s...
Cuarenta Casas - Wikipedia
Pueblo IV Era
The Pueblo IV Era (AD 1350 to 1600) was the fourth period of ancient pueblo life in the American Southwest. At the end of prior Pueblo III Era, Anasazi living in the Colorado and Utah regions abando...
Pueblo IV Era - Wikipedia
Quail rock art panel
The "Quail" Rock Art Panel is a large set of pictographs that were probably created by people of the Fremont culture. The rock art panel is located in Emery County, Utah, United States.The name came ...
Casa Malpaís
Casa Malpaís is an archaeological site of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples located near the town of Springerville, Arizona. The site is a nationally recognized archaeological site and was declared a Nation...
Casa Malpaís - Wikipedia
Cueva de la Momia
Cueva de la Momia is an archaeological site located in the region of Ciudad Madera, in the Sirupa Canyon region, northwest of the Mexican state of Chihuahua. It is located at the foot of a very high c...
Kinishba Ruins
Kinishba Ruins is a sprawling, 600-room great house archaeological site in eastern Arizona and is administered by the Southern Athabaskan-speaking White Mountain Apache Tribe of the nearby Fort Apache...
Kinishba Ruins - Wikipedia
Pilling Figurines
The Pilling Figurines are a set of eleven clay figurines made by the Fremont culture. They were discovered in 1950 by Clarence Pilling,a Utah rancher, under a rock overhang in a side canyon of Range ...
Pilling Figurines - Wikipedia
Kin Kletso
Kin Kletso is a Chacoan Ancestral Pueblo great house and notable archaeological site located in Chaco Culture National Historical Park, 25 miles southwest of Nageezi, New Mexico, US. It was a medium-s...
Kin Kletso - Wikipedia
Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites
Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites are pre-Columbian archaeological sites and ruins, located in Phoenix, Arizona. It includes a historic platform mound and irrigation canals. The city manages th...
Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites - Wikipedia
Chacra Mesa
The Chacra Mesa is a high mesa massif composing the southwestern flank of Chaco Canyon, a region that is notable for its rich collection of ancient Chacoan Anasazi archaeological sites. It is located ...
Chetro Ketl
Chetro Ketl is an Ancestral Puebloan great house and archaeological site located in Chaco Culture National Historical Park, New Mexico, United States. The meaning and origin of the name are disputed, ...
Chetro Ketl - Wikipedia
Kyanakwe
The Kyanakwe are, according to Lévi-Strauss, a "mythical population" against whom in Zuñi mythology the ancestors of the Zuñi engaged in war. Peace was not an option; the gods would grant final victo...
Kin Nahasbas
Kin Nahasbas is a Chacoan Anasazi great house and archaeological site located in Chaco Canyon, 25 miles southwest of Nageezi, New Mexico, United States. Built in either the 9th or 10th centuries, it w...
Picosa culture
The Picosa culture encapsulates the Archaic lifestyles of people from three locations with interconnected artifacts and lifestyles. It was named by Cynthia Irwin-Williams in the 1960s for those areas...
Nine Mile Canyon
110°30′0″W / 39.77639°N 110.50000°W / 39.77639; -110.50000Nine Mile Canyon is a canyon, approximately 40 miles (60 km) long, located in the counties of Carbon and Duchesn...
Nine Mile Canyon - Wikipedia
Fajada Butte
Fajada Butte is in Chaco Culture National Historical Park, in northwest New Mexico.Fajada Butte (Banded Butte) rises 135 meters above the canyon floor. Although there is no water source on the butte,...
Fajada Butte - Wikipedia