Original Photographs - Ruins of the Four Corners
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The Chaco Canyon Anasazi built Great Houses which were huge pueblos with hundreds of rooms. Pueblo Bonito was the largest. Their stonework was very precise and painstaking. All of the Great Houses in and around Chaco Canyon were abandoned by 1150. Click to enlarge Anasazi Doorways
Hovenweep National Monument was established in 1923 and includes the main ruins of Little Ruin Canyon known as the Square Tower Group as well as many outlying ruins. The Cutthroat, Horseshoe, Hackberry, and Holly Groups are in Colorado. The Square Tower and Cajon Groups are in Utah. Click to enlarge Cutthroat Castle
The Great Kiva at Aztec was restored by Earl Morris between 1921 and 1934. Four giant pillars supported the roof which weighed almost a hundred tons. Huge stone discs formed the foundations of the pillars. Click to enlarge the Great Kiva at Aztec.
Anasazi Doorways
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Cutthroat Castle, Hovenweep
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Great Kiva at Aztec
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More than fifteen hundred years ago, the Four Corners area was inhabited by Ancestral Puebloan people also known as the Anasazi.  Mummy Cave is in Canyon del Muerto in Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Click to enlarge Mummy Cave
More than fifteen hundred years ago, the Four Corners area was inhabited by Ancestral Puebloan people also known as the Anasazi. White House is in Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Click to enlarge White House
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Mummy Cave
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White House
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More than fifteen hundred years ago, the Four Corners area was inhabited by Ancestral Puebloan people also known as the Anasazi. Evidence of their occupation remains in their buildings and their petroglyphs and pictographs. The architecture of their buildings varies from small, adobe granaries to the impressive cliff dwellings. Click to enlarge 4 views of Canyon de Chelly.
Around 1700 the Navajo Indians moved down from northern New Mexico into the Canyon de Chelly area. Except for a four year period of incarceration at Ft. Sumner, New Mexico, the Navajo have farmed and herded sheep in the beautiful, fertile bottoms of the canyons since that time. Many of their circular houses, called hogans, can be found along the stream banks. Click to enlarge 4 views of Canyon de Chelly.
Canyon de Chelly
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Canyon de Chelly
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