Sinagua

The Sinagua were a pre-Columbian cultural group that occupied a large area in central Arizona from the Little Colorado River (near Flagstaff) to the Salt River (near Phoenix), including the Verde Valley and significant portions of the Mogollon Rim country, between approximately 500 AD and 1425 AD. Early Sinagua sites consist mostly of pit houses, ...
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Sinagua

(from the article `Tuzigoot National Monument`) The monument`s outstanding feature is the ruin, excavated in 1933–34 and partially rebuilt, of a Sinagua Indian pueblo (village) containing 110 rooms ... ...is Walnut Canyon, which winds for 20 miles (32 km) through the monument and reaches depths of 400 feet (120 metres). The monumen...
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