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Cannonball Pueblo
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Cannonball is a Pueblo III site, occupied about 1250-1275 AD.  It is relativily remote, accesable only via a 4 mile long Jeep track.  This was the first site ever excavated legally after the passage of the Antiqueties Bill of 1906 (excavated in 1908).

Copyright: Thomas henneman
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Uploaded: 16/05/2014
Updated: 27/05/2014
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Tags: anasazi; ruin; pueblo; pueblo iii; colorado; southwest; canyons of the ancients; national; monument; usa; desert; canyon; pinyon; juniper
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