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Wall and floor construction at Balcony House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Showing wall plaster, balcony construction and wood beams

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33099

36346

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Ruins at the top of a mesa in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33100

36347

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Cliff dwelling architecture in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Showing wall construction

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33101

36348

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Site on the top of a mesa in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Showing a circular house and possible kiva in the foreground

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33102

36349

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Mummy Lake ruins in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33103

36350

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On the eastern side of the remote, high-mountain San Luis Valley, between the Blanca Massif and Crestone Needle, are the Great Sand Dunes, the tallest sand dunes in North America. The dunes cover approximately 39 square miles and rise to almost 750' above the valley floor. The dunes are the product of the wind and rain eroding the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains that ring the San Luis Valley. They have collected here because the prevailing win

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33104

36351

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On the eastern side of the remote, high-mountain San Luis Valley, between the Blanca Massif and Crestone Needle, are the Great Sand Dunes, the tallest sand dunes in North America. The dunes cover approximately 39 square miles and rise to almost 750' above the valley floor. The dunes are the product of the wind and rain eroding the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains that ring the San Luis Valley. They have collected here because the prevailing win

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33105

36352

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On the eastern side of the remote, high-mountain San Luis Valley, between the Blanca Massif and Crestone Needle, are the Great Sand Dunes, the tallest sand dunes in North America. The dunes cover approximately 39 square miles and rise to almost 750' above the valley floor. The dunes are the product of the wind and rain eroding the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains that ring the San Luis Valley. They have collected here because the prevailing win

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33106

36353

Full Record: x-36354/36354

On the eastern side of the remote, high-mountain San Luis Valley, between the Blanca Massif and Crestone Needle, are the Great Sand Dunes, the tallest sand dunes in North America. The dunes cover approximately 39 square miles and rise to almost 750' above the valley floor. The dunes are the product of the wind and rain eroding the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains that ring the San Luis Valley. They have collected here because the prevailing win

circa July 1974

35mm slide: 33107

36354

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Pit house depression used for both domestic and ritual purposes

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33108

36355

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Overview of the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33109

36356

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Overview of the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33110

36357

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Overview of the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33111

36358

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View of landscape surrounding the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33112

36359

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Tower Kiva at the Candelaria site, New Mexico.

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33113

36360

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Wall architecture of the Tower Kiva at the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33114

36361

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Wall architecture and damage in the Tower Kiva at the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33115

36362

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Tower Kiva mound at the Candelaria site

circa Aug. 1981

35mm slide: 33116

36363

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Pueblo wall construction at Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico

circa June 1980

35mm slide: 33117

36364

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Room block at Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico.

circa June 1980

35mm slide: 33118

36365

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Overview of pueblo at Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico.

circa June 1980

35mm slide: 33119

36366

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Overview of main room block at Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico.

circa June 1980

35mm slide: 33120

36367

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Reconstructed great kiva at Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico.

circa June 1980

35mm slide: 33121

36368

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Banded wall at Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico.

circa June 1980

35mm slide: 33122

36369

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Scenic view of valley from Sandia Cave

circa Nov. 1973

35mm slide: 33123

36370

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Limestone cliff where the opening of Sandia Cave is located

circa Nov. 1973

35mm slide: 33124

36371

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Cliff face and environment surrounding Sandia Cave, New Mexico.

circa Nov. 1973

35mm slide: 33125

36372

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Marker for Picurie Indian Pueblo.

Taos Indians escaped Spanish rule around 1664 and settled in what is now Lake Scott State Park. Picurie Indians lived here for a few years, around 1701. El Quartelejo (also spelled El Cuartelejo) is roughly translated as old barracks or distant quarters. About 1706 Juan Uribarri claimed the spring-fed valley, that protected El Quartelejo for Spain, and called it San Luis Province. This is the only known pueblo in K

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33127

36374

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Marker for Picurie Indian Pueblo.

Taos Indians escaped Spanish rule around 1664 and settled in what is now Lake Scott State Park. Picurie Indians lived here for a few years, around 1701. El Quartelejo (also spelled El Cuartelejo) is roughly translated as old barracks or distant quarters. About 1706 Juan Uribarri claimed the spring-fed valley, that protected El Quartelejo for Spain, and called it San Luis Province. This is the only known pueblo in K

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33128

36375

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Karen Ford walking around the field that was once Picurie Indian Pueblo

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33129

36376

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Remnants of Picurie Indian Pueblo

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33130

36377

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Beaver Creek next to Indian Pueblo

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33131

36378

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Beaver Creek next to Indian Pueblo

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33132

36379

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Picurie Pueblo area

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33133

36380

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Picurie Pueblo area

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33134

36381

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Picurie Pueblo area

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33135

36382

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Picurie Pueblo area

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33136

36383

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Aerial photograph of volcano field in New Mexico

circa June 1981

35mm slide: 33138

36385

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Pecos Pueblo ruins and multistory houses

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33139

36386

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Overview of landscape surround Pecos Pueblo

35mm slide: 33140

36387

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Pecos Pueblo Mission, built by the Spanish

35mm slide: 33141

36388

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Overview of some pueblo ruins

35mm slide: 33142

36389

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Pueblo room blocks

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33143

36390

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Pueblo room blocks

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33144

36391

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Pecos Pueblo Mission, built by the Spanish

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33145

36392

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Pecos Pueblo Mission, built by the Spanish

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33146

36393

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Pecos Pueblo Mission, built by the Spanish

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33147

36394

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Pueblo ruins

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33148

36395

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Looking over the plaza area with the mission and church to the right

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33149

36396

Full Record: x-36397/36397

Pueblo ruins

circa July 1970

35mm slide: 33150

36397