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A picture of Cliff Palace underneath the cliff that the Spruce Tree House sits on top of.
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View of the Far View Ruin at the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park.
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Photo of New Fire House, Mesa Verde National Park, near Mancos, Colorado.
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Square Tower House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Black and white photograph of cliff dwellings viewed from across a canyon in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Print from a lithograph by Eugene Kingman of Cliff Palace. On back of postcard: From a lithography by Eugene Kingman handwritten on front top.
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Climbing to Balcony House. The caption notes that "This most interesting ruin is easily reached by means of a trail and ladders. The prehistoric inhabitants used a very difficult trail and a narrow cleft in the rocks, undoubtedly for protection from their enemies."
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Chief Little Deer and Dancers, Mesa Verde National Park, a real photo black and white postcard.
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Balcony House is one of the most notable of the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde; being situated at the extreme east of the district. It was one of the communal apartment houses of a race who mysteriously vanished long before the coming of the first white..
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Oak Tree House Ruin as viewed from of Fewkes Canyon Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Colored print of a Paul Coze painting. The caption reads, "From 700 to 1000 A.D. inhabitants of Mesa Verde learned to build dwellings of masonry. Corn, beans and squash were staple crops. Pottery improved and weaving of cotton cloth began." This is Card No. 21 of a series of 24 Mesa Verde paintings by Paul Coze.
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Colored print of a Paul Coze painting.
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Diorama at State Museum E. 14th and Sherman Street-Denver Balcony House was a typical communal dwelling of the pre-Columbian Pueblo Indians. Nestled in a cliff of the Mesa Verde area of southwestern Colorado, it was easily defended from attacks of..." Genuine Curteich-Chicago C.T. Art-Color tone Post Card.
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The north section of Spruce Tree House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. No. 48.
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Photograph of the Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Painting of Peabody House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Photograph of Square Tower House- Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Colored print of a Paul Coze painting. The caption reads, "Circular subterranean chambers (kivas) were used for religious ceremonies by men of the prehistoric period. Kivas are still used by present day Pueblo tribes." This is card No. 16 of a series of 24 Mesa Verde paintings by Paul Coze.
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Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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A black and white photo of the Square Tower House in the Mesa Verde National Park Ruins. It was taken in the distance and is surrounded by trees, shrub, and brush along with other ruins off to the right.