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  • Lost and found

    The fires of summer 1996 in Colorado's Mesa Verde National Park damaged at least one petroglyph panel beyond repair - but also revealed 92 "new" archaeological sites formerly hidden by dense shrub growth.

  • Looking for a quiet, old neighborhood?

    State-owned lots with Native American ruins on them may be sold to provide money for Utah schools.

  • Life among the ruins

    A subdivision in southwestern Colorado allows buyers to build houses around Anasazi ruins.

  • Now you see them ...

    Cartographers are removing Indian ruins from maps to protect their locations.

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