Category Archives: Ancient American Southwest

Photo of the Day: Great Kiva, Chimney Rock National Monument, Colorado

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Photo of the Day: Hilltop Ruin, Grand Canyon National Park

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Aztec Ruins receives grant to help promote its World Heritage ranking – Farmington Daily Times

Aztec Ruins receives grant to help promote its World Heritage ranking – Farmington Daily Times.

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Photo of the Day: Moab Rock Art

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Photo of the Day: Grand Gulch Primitive Area, UT

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Panther Cave: Rock Art in Danger

Panther Cave: Rock Art in Danger Carolyn Boyd, executive director of the SHUMLA School, and noted expert on the rock art of the Lower Pecos, offers new interpretations of the region’s rock art based on the extensive research by the … Continue reading

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Aztec Ruins Vandalized

AZTEC — Last weekend, vandals entered Aztec Ruins and caused several thousand dollars’ worth of damage to the ancient site. At least two individuals entered the ruins and proceeded to climb over fragile walls and enter closed ruin rooms. In … Continue reading

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Today’s Photo: Four Faces Pictograph, Canyonlands National Park

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Today’s Photo: Door in McCloyd Canyon, Utah

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Sun Advocate – Contributors to offer reward for info on 9 Mile vandalism – October 6, 2011

Contributors to offer reward for info on 9 Mile vandalism Print Page Email Page Share Get Reprints By JOHN SERFUSTINI Sun Advocate associate editor Several companies and organizations interested in protecting the archaeology of Nine Mile Canyon against vandalism have … Continue reading

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Visit with Joy and Respect – Visiting Archaeological Sites

                    Visit with Respect – A Native American Stewardship Message – YouTube. Southwest archaeological sites are fragile national treasures and sacred to many Native Americans. Made with support from the Colorado … Continue reading

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Today’s Photo: Not a photo at all…

Located “somewhere” in the Cisco Desert, Utah.

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Finally, Montana…

After wondering for several days when/if I would be going to Montana for a historic ditch survey, I can happily state “I am here!”. Back out with PaleoWest for another round, we flew into Bozeman this morning and headed west … Continue reading

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Today’s Photo: Perfect Pinto Point

Somewhere near the Book Cliffs in Utah..

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Day 7: And…..done.

9.5 miles of survey and 6 more sites and we’re done!  Actually, probably only 4 miles of the walking can be called “survey.”  Last night a very active thunderstorm parked itself over our project area, apparently for several hours.  We … Continue reading

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