Mystery of the cliff dwellers

Banks, Joan
February 1998
National Geographic World;Feb98, Issue 270, p14
Presents information on the ancestral Pueblo Indians who lived in the cliffs in Mesa Verde, Colorado. Background information on the Indians; What the Pueblo Indians built their homes from; Details on the Indian's religion.


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