Ancient Civilizations of the Southwest 2024 Wall Calendar

The lives of ancient Puebloans who lived in the American southwest are largely mysterious to us. Their legacy is a series of architectural sites that reveal their ingenious building skills, elements of their religious practice, and the art they carved into stone. Ancient Civilizations explores that cultural heritage and celebrates its legacy and preservation.
This 2024 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | Superb printing quality | Heavy 100-pound paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size

Locations featured in the 2024 calendar include:
• Hohokam Settlement
Gila Bend, Arizona
• Lower Ruin, Tonto National Monument
Monument, Arizona
• Butler Wash Ruins
Comb Ridge, Utah
• Salado Cliff Dwellings
Roger’s Canyon, Arizona
• River House Ruins, Bears Ears National Monument
San Juan Valley, Utah
• Wukoki Pueblo, Wupatki National Monument
Flagstaff, Arizona
• The Great Kiva, Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark
Springvale, Arizona
• Split Level Ruin. Grand Gulch Primitive Area
Bureau of Land Management, Utah
• Monarch Cave Dwelling, Butler Wash
Bluff, Utah
• Wall Ruin, Mule Canyon
Cedar Mesa, Utah
• Besh Ba Gowah Archaeological Park and Museum
Globe, Arizona
• Petroglyph, Petrified Forest National Park
Holbrook, Arizona

Published by Tide-mark Press ©2023

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About The Archaeological Conservancy

Established in 1980, The Archaeological Conservancy is the only national, non-profit organization dedicated to acquiring and preserving the best of our nation’s remaining archaeological sites. Every day prehistoric and historic archaeological sites in the United States are lost forever – along with the precious information they contain. Modern-day looters use backhoes and bulldozers to dig up artifacts for the international market. Suburban development and agricultural methods like land leveling and topsoil mining destroy ancient sites. The Conservancy protects these sites by acquiring the land on which they rest, preserving them for posterity. To date, the Conservancy has protected more than 530 sites, which are managed as part of state or federal parks, or by the Conservancy as permanent archaeological preserves. Each site offers us a chance to learn more about America’s rich cultural heritage. In order to save archaeological sites throughout the nation, the Conservancy:
• Identifies the most important endangered sites;
• Acquires the property by purchase, gift, or bargain sale to charity;
• Secures the property and stabilizes the cultural resources in situ;
• Manages the archaeological preserve as part of a long-term plan;
• Educates the general public and local officials about the destruction of our cultural heritage and how we can preserve what remains.

Conservancy Membership

The support of more than 20,000 Conservancy members has been invaluable to the preservation of important archaeological sites throughout the country. Conservancy members receive a quarterly magazine, American Archaeology, which includes recent discoveries in the field, updates on Conservancy projects, and related news from around the country. Members also receive announcements of the Conservancy’s archaeological tours in the United States, Mexico, and Central America. Conservancy membership starts at $30.

For more information, contact:

The Archaeological Conservancy
1717 Girard Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

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