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Educational Video Series: Mesa Verde National Park Cliff Palace Tour
Join Mesa Verde National Park Ranger, Jill Blumenthal, on a tour of Cliff Palace. Cliff Palace is one of the...
Publications: Maize Database Project Final Report
This document represents the final report on the Maize Database project or MDP. It includes: a brief description of the...
Webinars: Chaco Landscapes: Sensory and Political Engagement with Place
Archaeologist Ruth Van Dyke shares insights into social, political, and sensorial relationships across the greater Chaco landscape, past and present....
Webinars: Windows into the Past
America has a rich, deep past that extends back much further than 1492. In this guide for teachers, Crow Canyon...
Webinars: Archaeology at Woods Canyon Pueblo Eighth Grade Lesson Plan
This lesson highlights two important facets of archaeology: asking research questions and testing theories. It also introduces students to the...
Webinars: Indigenizing Archaeology and Museums
Pueblo Indian people of the American Southwest have multi-faceted and nuanced relationships with their material culture associated with archaeological activities....
Webinars: Paint Technology in the Chaco World
Paint is one of the oldest known human technologies, yet it remains underrepresented in archaeological discourse. Making paint requires intimate...
Site Reports: The Northern Chaco Outliers Project: 2017 Annual Report
Annual report summarizing progress on the Northern Chaco Outliers Project during Crow Canyon’s 2017 field season.
Webinars: Landscapes and Life: expressions in glass
Glass art opens another door that can become another way that Hopi artists could express their inner thoughts and their...
Webinars: What Can We Learn from Coiling and Corrugation in SW Ceramics?
Prehispanic corrugated pottery sherds are ubiquitous in the northern US Southwest. And yet, corrugation seems unique to this part of...
Webinars: Pueblo Indian History for Kids, Student Worksheet for Grades 6–8
Pueblo Indian History for Kids is an online timeline that tells the history of the Pueblo Indian people of the...
Webinars: Images of Basketmaker II Society in the Canyons of Southeast Utah
This webinar is brought to you by the Four Corners Lecture Series, the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Bears Ears Education...

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