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The Anasazi or Ancestral Puebloan people that once occupied the four corners region of the United States left behind wonderful pottery. See the pottery types of each region that the Anasazi occupied, including Mesa Verde.

The Hohokam disappeared from their villages near the Salt and Gila Rivers around 1450 CE. Their descendants survive as members of the Tohono O’odham Nation.

The Hohokam were the only North American culture to rely on irrigation canals to water their crops, and their irrigation systems supported the largest population in the Southwest by

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The pima people used to sing of a song called the Emergence song; "This is the White Land; we arrive singing, Headdresses waiving in the breeze. We have come! We have come! The land trembles with our dancing and singing.

HohokamVirtualMuseum

The Anasazi or Ancestral Puebloan people that once occupied the four corners region of the United States left behind wonderful pottery. See the pottery types of each region that the Anasazi occupied, including Mesa Verde.

Big House, Hohokam Indian four storey caliche, not adobe ...

Big House, Hohokam Indian four storey caliche, not adobe ...

Hohokam Pueblo Grande Museum Phoenix - YouTube

Hohokam Pueblo Grande Museum Phoenix - YouTube

Historic photos of the Pima Indians of Arizona. A basket maker in front of a house.

Free archive of historic Native American Indian Tribes Photographs, Pictures and Images. Photographs promote the Native American Tribes culture

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