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    Hovenweep National Monument, Utah-Colorado


    Hovenweep is a Ute word meaning “deserted valley,” an apt name for these mesas and canyons north of the San Juan River. Here lies evidence of a once vast “neighborhood” of Ancient Puebloan Culture (the term anthropologists have chosen to replace the politically-incorrect “Anasazi”), one of many in the Four Corners area of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. In fact, Hovenweep ruins are situated in both Utah and Colorado.

    Source nativeamericanencyclopedia.com

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