4 edition of Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||National Park Service historical handbook series -- no. 36|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service|
|LC Classifications||F802.A9 C6 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
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Aztec Ruins National Monument is a stunningly well-preserved example of ancestral Pueblo architecture, artifacts, and culture. In addition to original masonry walls towering three stories tall, a number of year old wooden roofs are still intact. On the half-mile self-guided tour, visitors have the opportunity to walk through many original on: Ruins Road, Aztec,NM.
Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec, NM. 10, likes talking about this 16, were here. Aztec Ruins National Monument is the keeper /5(). Excavation of a Portion of the East Ruins, Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico (Introduction) Excavation of a Portion of the East Ruins, Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico INTRODUCTION LOCATION Aztec Ruins National Monument is located in the southeast quarter (SE1/4) of the southwest quarter (SW1/4) of Section 4, T.
30 N., R. About Aztec Ruins National Monument In the northwest corner of New Mexico, just north of Aztec on US to Ruins Road, is one of the best preserved Ancestral Pueblo ruins in the Southwest.
The misnomer Aztec was given by early settlers who incorrectly identified the builders of these sandstone pueblos. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico.
Aside from being listed as one of the national park service sites in New Mexico, this property is part of the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Aztec Ruins National Monument is located on the Animas River in northwestern New Mexico, about 20 miles below the Colorado State line and 14 miles above the point where the Animas flows into the San Juan.
Aztec Ruins National Monument. Take a self-guided tour through the complex and explore the structures of an ancient people. You will walk through the rooms and kivas built by the ancient Ancestral Puebloan people.
Aztec Ruins National Monument is widely known for the Great : () Additional Physical Format: Online version: Corbett, John M. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior.
Title Aztec Ruins National Monument in New Mexico Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer. Get this from a library. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. [John M Corbett; United States. National Park Service.]. Aztec Ruins National Monument in New Mexico Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer.
Aztec Ruins National Monument is a pretty desert area with some interesting old indian structures in good shape. This is no spot for people who don’t like to have a good time. At Aztec Ruins National Monument you can observe Knickerbocker Peaks, and a quick visit to Estes Arroyo is certainly a good idea.
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Our goal is simple. The Aztec Ruins National Monument in northwest New Mexico preserves the structures and artifacts of Ancestral Pueblo people from the s through s. Explore the reconstructed Great Kiva, journey through a year-old ancestral Pueblo Great House, and view the beautiful artifacts on display in the Visitor Center.
Visitors marvel at the detailed stonework found at Aztec Ruins National Monument, built over a year period. Here in northwestern New Mexico, the ruins are the largest Ancestral Pueblo community in the Animas River valley.
The Aztec Ruins National Monument is a large archaeological site situated in New Mexico, United States. The site features a number of structures constructed by Ancestral Puebloans between the 11th and 13th centuries. The Aztec Ruins National Monument in northwestern New Mexico, USA consists of preserved structures constructed by the Pueblo Indians nearly a thousand years ago.
The national monument lies on the western bank of the Animas River in Aztec, New Mexico, about 12 miles (19 km) northeast of on: Ruins Rd, Aztec, NMUSA. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico, by John M.
Corbett (illustrated HTML at National Park Service) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Bandelier National Monument (N.M.) Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico (, reprinted ), by Kittridge A.
Wing (illustrated HTML at National Park Service) Filed. The Aztec Ruins National Monument preserves ancestral Pueblo structures in north-western New Mexico, United States, located close to the town of Aztec and northeast of Farmington, near the Animas River. Salmon Ruins and Heritage Park, with more ancestral Pueblo structures, lies a short distance to the south, just west of Bloomfield near the San Juan River/5().Aztec Ruins National Monument, NM.
A Trail Guide to Aztec Ruins Download Print Version and traders. They lived across a broad area, including parts of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah. Despite many regional differences in architecture, pottery styles, and other traits, they shared a similar way of life that enabled them to cope with.
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