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Typical Native American Hogan Design

 

Arizona's Native America

 

Typical Native American Hogan  Design

Shown is a typical Hogan, which was a traditional home of many Native Americas that once resided in the American Southwest, most if not all today reside in modern homes just like you or me. 

The natives also used homes constructed of mud and mud block (Adobe), and holes in soft soil cliffs (Cliff Dwellings), Pueblos, and in tee-pees.

Most of the ancient tribes did not have a formal written language, and therefore use picture drawings called Pictographs, which are scrapings on rocks that are covered with Desert Varnish, a black coating.

Below is a listing of many of the Native American ruins, museums, pueblos, cliff dwellings, and other attractions for those that want to learn more about Native America, and the life of those in Arizona over the decades and centuries.

 

Also see, Native American Information Guide, and New Mexico Pueblos.

 


Current (*) and past Native American history in Arizona, U.S.A.

 

Agua Fria National Monument
*Amerind Museum
Besh-ba-Gowah Archaeological Site
Betatakin
Bridgeport Pueblos
*Cameron Trading Post
Canyon de Chelly National Monument
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
Casa Malpais Archaeological Park
Cochise Stronghold
*Cocopah Indian Reservation
*Colorado River Indian Reservation - Poston War Relocation Center
Elden Pueblo
*Fort Apache Indian Reservation
Fortaleza
Gatlin
Gila Cliff Dwellings
Grand Canyon South Rim
Hatalacva Pueblos
Hill Forts of the Tonto National Forest
Hohokam Pima
Homolovi Ruins State Park
Honanki Heritage Site
Hopi Native American Reservation
*Hualapai Native American Indian Reservation
Ironwood Forest
Keet Seel
Kinishba Ruins
Montezuma Castle
Montezuma Well
Navajo National Monument - Betatakin Ruins - Keet Seel
{Navajo Nation Reservation} This is an external link to the Indian Health Service Website.
Navajo Nation - see Window Rock
Newspaper Rock - Petrified Forest
Oraibe peoples
Palatki Heritage Site
Pascua Yaqui Tribe
Pueblo Grande Museum
Puye Cliff Dwellings
Quitobaquito Springs
Raven Site Ruins
Roger's Canyon Cave Ruin
*San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation
Sierra Ancha National Wilderness
Sinagua Cliff Dwellings
Snaketown Settlement
Three Turkey Ruins
Tonto National Monument Archeological District
Tuzigoot National Monument
V-Bar-V Petroglyph Site
Walnut Canyon National Monument
*White Mountain Apache Tribe
White Mountain Archaeological Center
*Window Rock
Wupatki National Monument
*Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe

 


Also See:

☼→ Buying Native American Wares  ☼→ Southwestern Native America   ☼→ Native American Reservations   ☼→ Native American Indian Ruins   ☼→ Native American Museums   ☼→ Native America Info Guide   ☼→ Native American Festival  ☼→ Pow Wows &  Feast

 


 

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