Ancient Civilizations of the Southwest Calendar, Wall, Tide-Mark
Climbing the heights of a mesa green with trees in A.D. 550, hunter-gatherers found a plateau rich in water, soil, and wood. Their discovery led to the first permanent human occupation of the place that became a thriving village. By A.D. 1300, however, the Ancestral Puebloans moved away from their land, leaving behind an exceptional architectural and cultural heritage. Ancient Civilizations of the Southwest celebrates that legacy and its preservation. Sales of the calendar benefit the Mesa Verde Museum Association, which supports the work of Mesa Verde National Park. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Tide-Mark.
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