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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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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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Watch Tower, Navajo Canon.
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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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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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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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Pipe Shrine and Fairview House in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Black and white picture of a Navajo Indian woman weaving a blanket.
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Colored print of a Paul Coze painting. The caption reads, "Abandoned at the time of the great drought of 1276-99, the ruins of this great pueblo stand as the most extensive monument to prehistoric cliff dwellers of the Southwest." This is card No. 12 of a series of 24 Mesa Verde paintings by Paul Coze.
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Colored print of Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde, Colorado.
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The text reads, "AD 1100 to 1300 saw the climax of Pueblo development in Mesa Verde."
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Color image of the winding entrance road to Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
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Balcony House Ruin occupies a deep cave in the west wall of Soda Canyon which is here seen in the distance. The balcony at the left, perfectly preserved from prehistoric times gives this spectacular ruin its name. Color note: For best autumn..."
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Picture of Balcony House at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
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Photograph of Square Tower at Mesa Verde National Park. The ruins are located underneath a cliff with trees surrounding.