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An important part of our mission at Crow Canyon is to share the results of our work with our professional colleagues and the interested public. To that end, the Center publishes a wide variety of archaeological and educational materials in both print and electronic media.
Whether archaeology is your profession or an avocational interest, whether you’re a teacher or a student, Crow Canyon’s publications contain a wealth of information that we hope you’ll find interesting and useful in the pursuit of your particular interests.
This diverse collection includes everything from a history of native peoples of the Mesa Verde region to tips for educators who want to incorporate Crow Canyon's experiential education techniques into their own classrooms.
Site Reports and Databases
These site reports and databases present the results of Crow Canyon’s excavations at ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) sites in the Mesa Verde region.
Manuals and Guides
A number of manuals and guides introduce you to the field and laboratory techniques used by Crow Canyon archaeologists and consultants.
Occasional Papers Series
The Occasional Papers of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is a series of printed volumes that address a wide range of topics in Pueblo archaeology.
The publications archive is the repository for research materials that are no longer current.