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President Obama Declares Bears Ears National Monument

President Obama Declares Bears Ears National Monument

    Bears Ears National Monument is finally a reality. In a move welcomed by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and many other archaeological, historical, and tribal organizations, President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed the nation's newest national monument...

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The Crow Canyon Occasional Papers are going digital!

The Crow Canyon Occasional Papers are going digital!

    The Occasional Papers of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is a five-volume series published by the Center from 1989–1995. The volumes include important contributions to archaeological research by Crow Canyon staff and research associates including...

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The Feasting Place

Norma NaranjoJune 10–14, 2017 Learn to prepare traditional Pueblo Indian foods with Norma Naranjo at the Feasting Place; then be part of a feast day at Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo. Read more.

The Pueblo World in A.D. 1200

Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National ParkMay 21–26, 2017 Explore Mesa Verde and other sites with archaeologist Donna Glowacki, Ph.D., author of Living & Leaving: A Social History of Regional Depopulation in 13th-Century Mesa Verde, and Pueblo Indian scholar Anthony Lovato (Kewa). Read more.

Archaeology Research Program

Northern Chaco Outliers Project dig siteSign up now for 2017 and be among the first to excavate at our new research site for the  Northern Chaco Outliers Project. What will you discover? Read more.

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National Geographic to Feature Crow Canyon Archaeologist

National Geographic to Feature Crow Canyon Archaeologist

Crow Canyon archaeologist Kyle Bocinskytalks about the history of the Mesa Verdecliff dwellings with the production crew ofthe upcoming National Geographic Channel series Origins. (Photo: Jason M. Vaughn) A Crow Canyon archaeologist will be making his...

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The Neolithic Transition: The Great Global Experiment

The Neolithic Transition: The Great Global Experiment

The Neolithic transition paved the way for the development of large agricultural settlements. Left: Shunet el-Zebib, at the site of Abydos in Upper Egypt, ca. 2650 B.C. (photo courtesy Shanna Diederichs). Right: Artist’s reconstruction of...

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A Possible Stockade at the Dillard Site

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