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In Phoenix visit
Pueblo Grande
Deer Valley Rock Art
South Mountain Park
Heard Museum

The rich archaeological history of Arizona’s indiginous peoples dates back 16,000 years from the Clovis Mammoth Kill Sites in the southern Arizona to the ancient Grand Canyon dwellers 10,000 years ago, to the Hohokam of Phoenix, the Sinagua of central Arizona to the Anasazi in northern Arizona to the modern day Hopi, Pai, Navajo and Apache.

Share a day walking through history in the foot steps of the ancient ones, truly an amazing journey to see how humans have survived in the arid climate with very limited resources for millennium.

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