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Anasazi: The Ancient Ones - Manitou Cliff Dwellings __ "The Manitou Cliff Dwellings is an archaeological and natural history preserve. We've gathered and protected historical artifacts to enhance the centerpiece of our site, the awe-inspiring Anasazi cliff dwellings." While not Chaco Canyon, per se, much of the material here is still closely related. - illustrated - From - 

The Anasazi of Chaco Canyon __ Learn about the ancient pueblos and the ancient people of Chaco Canyon. "As many as seven roads radiated out of Chaco, and all ran straight regardless of obstacles, 26 to 40 feet wide wherever the topography isn't a consideration , bordered by berms of soil and rock or rows of large boulders...The Navajo, latecomers to the area, regard the roads as evil and dark and explain their origin as the places where legendary figures sought refuge from Big Monster." - illustrated - From Turtle Hill - 

The Anasazi - DesertUSA __ While this website deals with many areas outside of Chaco Canyon, it is still dealing with the same people who lived in the canyon. - illustrated - From - 
Anasazi Indians __ You will find an interesting essay about the Anasazi Indians. "The Anasazi culture emerged, in the south western USA, long before the whites arrived and left a great amount of archaeological evidence. That can be seen now in the territory of the Four Corners, crossed by the modern borders of the four states of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado." - From G.Romano/ - 

Anasazi Pictures __ Gallery of click-to-enlarge pictures of Anasazi ruins. - illustrated - From Dr. Brian Donohue-Lynch - 

The Anasazi: Pueblo Dwellers of the Southwest __ An excellent collection of Anasazi resources. - From - 

Anasazi, Pueblos, Kokopelli __ "Anasazi" is a Navajo word meaning "Ancient Ones." They are thought to be ancestors of the modern Pueblo Indians, inhabited the Four Corners country of southern Utah, southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, and northern Arizona from about A.D. 200 to A.D. 1300, leaving a heavy accumulation of house remains and debris." Learn about their history and culture. - illustrated - From Crystalinks - 

BLM Colorado - Anasazi Heritage Center - Ancestral Pueblos __ "BLM manages thousands of ancestral Native American archaeological sites and ruins on public land. The BLM Montrose District in southwest Colorado is among the richest archaeological areas in United States.The Anasazi Heritage Center is a federal repository for artifacts and is the premier museum of archaeology in the Four Corners." Learn about the Center. - illustrated - From - 

Chaco Canyon Photo Gallery __ Gallery of annotated, click-to-enlarge Chaco Canyon photos. Chaco Canyon pictures - illustrated - From Kendall Gelner / - 

Chaco Canyon, A Photo Gallery __ Gallery of well annotated Chaco Canyon photos. Chaco Canyon pictures - illustrated - From - 

Chaco Canyon Photos __ A gallery of annotated, click-to-enlarge Chaco Canyon photos. Chaco Canyon pictures - illustrated - From - 


Chaco Canyon Photos and Pictures __ Gallery of click-to-enlarge Chaco Canyon photos. - illustrated - From - 

Chaco Canyon Pictures __ A collection of click-to-view Chaco Canyon pictures. Chaco Canyon photos - illustrated - From - 

Collapse: Chaco Canyon __ "From the twelfth to the thirteenth centuries, many of the pueblos in Chaco Canyon were abandoned. What caused people to leave the pueblos, the centers of Anasazi society?" Learn what archaeologists have discovered to help solve the mystery. - From - 

gallery of southwestern lands: Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon ... __ "With so many images of Pueblo Bonito, it became necessary to "divee-up" the collection in "web-manageable" chunks." Pages of annotated, click-to-enlarge Chaco Canyon photos, Chaco Canyon pictures. - illustrated - From - 

Image Gallery Thumbnails: Chaco Canyon __ Small commercial gallery of high quality Chaco Canyon photos. Chaco Canyon Pictures - illustrated - From Patrick Jennings - 

Lesson Plan 9 - Field Trip to Chaco Canyon __ Lesson plan based on a trip to Chaco Canyon.  Goals, procedure. - From -

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas __ How to produce a lesson plan and not just for Indian tribes either. - From -
Sipapu--The Anasazi Emergence into the Cyber World __ "John Kantner explores the prehistoric Anasazi of the southwestern United States. Includes timeline, interactive architectural reconstructions..." - illustrated - From John Kantner - 

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