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Pueblo II in the San Francisco mountains, Arizona

Harold Sellers Colton

Pueblo II in the San Francisco mountains, Arizona

by Harold Sellers Colton

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Published by Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art in Flagstaff .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Arizona.,
  • Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities.,
  • Arizona -- Antiquities.,
  • San Francisco Mountains (Ariz.)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography : p. 13-14; p. 73-74.

    Other titlesPueblo II houses of the San Francisco mountains, Arizona.
    StatementHarold Sellers Colton. Pueblo II houses of the San Francisco mountains, Arizona / Lyndon Lane Hargrave.
    SeriesMuseum of Northern Arizona bulletin -- no. 4
    ContributionsHargrave, Lyndon Lane, 1896-, Museum of Northern Arizona.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF806 .M95 no.4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination75 p. :
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22137266M

    Arizona, Prehistoric, Aboriginal, Pioneer, Modern: The Nation's The mayor of Tucson begs the honor of reminding Your Holiness that this ancient and honorable pueblo was founded by the Spaniards under the sanction of the Church more than three centuries ago, and to inform Your Holiness that a railroad from San Francisco, California, now.   Arizona, the Grand Canyon state, achieved statehood on Febru , the last of the 48 coterminous United States to be admitted to the union. Originally.

    In the rain shadow of the San Francisco Peaks, west of the Little Colorado River and north of Sunset Crater Volcano, sits Wupatki Pueblo. Onetime home to many individuals, Wupatki was a major trade center. The pueblo was occupied for about years, between CE and , after which the residents moved to more fertile lands. ARIZONA PIONEER MORMON. by way of Moencopie (near Tuba City), which was headquarters for the Indian Mission for Arizona and New Mexico. The following extracts I have had copied from President Woodruff's Journal in the Church Historian's Library: Ap We left Moen Copy (sic) to visit the San Francisco Mountains.

    Pueblo Mountain Park is an ideal place to get close to nature, by hiking its six miles of trails. There are numerous options for short or long hikes. Two of the park’s trails connect with San Isabel National Forest trails. The trails are great for hiking during three seasons . He returned home by way of San Francisco and saw the city before the big earthquake and fire of In the summer of he traveled around Mexico, wandering from Mexico City to Oaxaca, and then back to the United States via El Paso and spent some time at .


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The entire WSA lies to the west of the main north-south county road which runs between Fields and Denio, : K.