Southwest American Indian Ruins
Gallery Six

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General view of the pueblo ruins. Northeast approach to the ruins. Southeastern view of the five hundred foot long rear wall of the pueblo ruins.
Anasazi Chetro Ketl
1005-1105. Chaco
Canyon, New Mexico
Anasazi Chetro Ketl
1005-1105. Chaco
Canyon, New Mexico
Anasazi Chetro Ketl
1005-1105. Chaco
Canyon, New Mexico
General view of the pueblo from the southeast. Detail of a T-shaped opening and masonry in the pueblo. View of the ruins of a smaller 30 room house near Chetro Ketl Pueblo.
Anasazi Kin Kletso
1100-30. Chaco Canyon
National Hist. Park, NM
Anasazi Chetro Ketl
1005-1105. Chaco
Canyon, New Mexico
Anasazi Talus Unit
No. 1, late 11C. Chaco
Canyon, New Mexico
Typical wall composed of carefully fitted irregular stonework. View of a dwelling built out of petrified wood. Partially rebuilt by Park Service in 1934. View from another side of the ruin.
Anasazi Kin Kletso
1100-30. Chaco Canyon
National Hist. Park, NM
Anasazi Agate House
11-13C. Petrified Forest
National Park, Arizona
Anasazi Agate House
11-13C. Petrified Forest
National Park, Arizona

"Traveling is not just seeing the new; it is also leaving behind. Not just opening doors; also closing them behind you, never to return. But the place you have left forever is always there for you to see whenever you shut your eyes. And the cities you see most clearly at night are the cities you have left and will never see again."

- Jan Myrdal, The Silk Road, 1979.


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