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United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Shoshone clothing.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Jemez storyteller figure (c2005).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Santa Clara rabbit figure, 1990.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Navajo blanket.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Mountain Spirits from an unknown Apache artist.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 A Navajo hogan (hut).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Inside a Navajo hogan.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Beaded Apache buckskin.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Hopi silver work.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Hopi arts and crafts.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Wolf katsina (sacred doll) from the Hopi.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 1904 bronze statue of Sioux Chief Blackbird by Adolph Weinman.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Sioux horse hood.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Painting from 1900 showing the Ute sun dance.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Ute cradleboard.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Yupik mask.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Ojibway beaded shoulder pouch.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Life size diorama of the Ute.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Life size diorama of the Miccosukee.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
 Map of modern indigenous lands.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Mesa Verde National Park is famous for its cliff dwellings from a culture called the Pueblo.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff dwellings are built in alcoves in the cliff faces of canyons.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff dwellings are scattered in the canyons.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
Spruce Tree House in a canyon cliff face.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
Spruce Tree House is an example of a pueblo or cliff dwelling.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
Spruce Tree House is the third largest of the cliff dwellings.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
This cliff dwelling was used between 1200 and 1280.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
The alcove is 66m long and 27m deep.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
This cliff dwelling had 120 rooms.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Spruce Tree House
The round structures below ground level are ceremonial and are called kivas.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
The cliff dwellings are set in alcoves in canyons.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Square Tower House
Square Tower House is in Navajo Canyon.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Square Tower House
Square Tower House was in use between 1200 and 1300.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Square Tower House
The tower is four storeys high.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Square Tower House
The rooms are built from brick.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Square Tower House
Square Tower House had 80 rooms, 60 of which remain.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Square Tower House
A circular kiva.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
An example of a pit house on the mesa top dating from 600 with a circular fire pit.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Early pueblos were pit houses on the top of Chapin Mesa.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
The slab is a deflector for ventilating pit houses.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
This pit house dates from 700 to 950.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pit houses were below ground level and covered with plant material.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Each pueblo had a circular kiva for ceremonial use.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Kiva with ventilation holes.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Remains of a large mesa top village dating from 900, 1000 and 1075.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Streets and houses.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Kivas from different periods.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Well preserved kiva from 1075.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
A deflector stone in a kiva is set between the ventilation shaft and the fire pit.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
The sipapu is a small hole in a kiva which is symbolic of the underworld.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point Pueblo is a late village inhabited for about 10 years around 1200.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Kiva at Sun Point Pueblo.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
The Sun Temple.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
The Cliff Palace.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
Sunset House was active between 1200 and 1300.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
Oak Tree House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
Oak Tree House had 50 rooms and 7 kivas.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
The brickwork at Oak Tree House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
Oak Tree House dates from 1250.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Point
Round tower at Oak Tree House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
The Dance House and the New Fire House below.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
The Dance House (above) was a ceremonial dance centre.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Kiva in the New Fire House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Structure in the Dance House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Rooms in the New Fire House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff dwelling close to the ceremonial centre.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Building using all the space in the alcove.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Temple
The Sun Temple is on top of the mesa.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Temple
The Sun Temple dates from 1250 and was a ceremonial centre.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Temple
Connecting passages.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Sun Temple
Circular building.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cedar Tree Tower overlooks the Soda Canyon.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Far View House
Far View House is one of 50 villages inhabited in the mesa top between 900 and 1300.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Far View House
The structure had 40 rooms plus a second storey.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Far View House
One of the four kivas.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pipe Shrine House
Pipe Shrine House dates from 900 to 1300.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pipe Shrine House
The structure has 20 rooms.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pipe Shrine House
Two kivas including one that was larger than usual.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pipe Shrine House
Kiva.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pipe Shrine House
Unique spiral carving.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Pipe Shrine House
View of Far View House from Pipe Shrine House.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The Cliff Palace with a group of visitors.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The Cliff Palace is the largest Pueblo cliff dwelling in North America.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The Cliff Palace was built between 1260 and 1280.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The Pueblo village has 150 rooms and 21 kivas.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The alcove is 66m long, 27m deep and 18m high.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The brick structures include storage areas for food.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Round kivas and rectangular rooms.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Rooms at the edge.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The Cliff Palace can only be visited by a ranger led tour.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Round and rectangular structures.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Rooms in the alcove.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Buildings squeezed up against the alcove walls.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Window with stone lintel.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Three of the 21 kivas (ceremonial rooms).
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Cliff Palace is one of the most spectacular indigenous sites in North America.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Round tower.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Rectangular tower.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The rooms are squeezed together.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
View of the upper storeys.

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