Trace the migration of the Kayenta through the breathtaking scenery of Arizona.
October 23-29, 2018
In the 1200s, the Kayenta migrated to already-populated valleys in the southern Southwest.
How did the descendants of these immigrants find ways to live together or coexist with their neighbors—the Hohokam, Sinagua, and Mogollon?
- Visit Kayenta & Hohokam sites and rock art panels
- Listen to stories and songs of the O'odham (descendants of the Hohokam) from scholar Angela Garcia-Lewis
- Join guest scholar Jeff Clark in a discussion of architectural shifts that reveal Kayenta-Hohokam connections