Carole LaBauve

Carole LaBauve

Posted on 08/10/2013


Photo taken on May 12, 2013



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Grand Canyon
Indian
Pueblo
AZ
Arizona
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historic
ancient
ruins
Tusayan


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DSC 3250 Tusayan Ruins & Museum

DSC 3250 Tusayan Ruins & Museum
The Tusayan Ruins (aka Tusayan Pueblo) is an 800-year-old Pueblo Indian site located within Grand Canyon National Park,[2] and is considered by the National Park Service (NPS) to be one of the major archeological sites in Arizona.[3] The site consists of a small, u-shaped pueblo featuring a living area, storage rooms, and a kiva.[2] Tree ring studies indicate that the site was occupied for about twenty years, beginning around 1185.[2] It is found on the "Desert View Drive" portion of Arizona State Route 64, 3 miles west of the Desert View Watchtower. The site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

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Filip
Filip
Superbe construction ancienne !
4 years ago.
Cathlon
Cathlon
I love wandering around your historical places in Arizona with you!
4 years ago.