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Ancestral Pueblos

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This series of activities helps patrons develop a basic understanding of the Ancestral Pueblos of the Southwest United States - where they lived, what they lived in, and how they lived. The last section is focused on the Puebloan people of today.

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Hints for uses in your library The first activity in the curriculum is a great tie-in to the "We Are Water" exhibit.
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Ancestral Pueblos

Ancestral Pueblos

This series of activities helps patrons develop a basic understanding of the Ancestral Pueblos of the Southwest United States - where they lived, what they lived in, and how they lived. The last section is focused on the Puebloan people of today.