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First brought to the attention of the world in 1888, Mesa Verde has astonished and mesmerized countless visitors ever since. Spectacular cliff-side and mesa top dwellings reveal centuries of pre-columbian culture. Susan Lamb's evocative essays reveal and explain the story of this fascinationg American treasure.
|Publisher:||Park Partners, Inc|
|File size:||683 KB|
About the Author
Susan Lamb began interpreting ancestral and modern Puebloan people in 1983, at a little Puebloan site called Tusayan in Grand Canyon National Park. She left the National Park Service in 1987 to become a freelance writer of natural and human history. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, with her husband, photographer Tom Bean.