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THE NATIVE AMERICAN NATIONS OF THE BLACK MESA REGION


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This document covers the ancient and modern history of the Anasazi, Hopi, Navajo, and neighboring peoples of the Four Corners region, with information on the cultures and environment of the Southwestern Colorado Plateau.

As with many other pages, it will be perpetually under Digger 
Kokopelli construction, so bookmark it and plan to return if you see things you like. The intention is to add, build, and improve over time.

Plans for the future include additional topics, more graphics, and additional links.

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The graphics on this page have been kept minimal and simple, for the time being, to reduce load times, and in consideration of a friend who has a browser (developed by Gutenberg himself, we suspect) that only supports text.

However, as more material becomes available, items like the following photo strip of the Black Mesa, on the horizon, bathed in sun on a dark and stormy afternoon, are being added.

Sunlit Mesa on 
a stormy day

The document has been formatted as a series of modest-sized pages to allow flexibility in choosing pages to load, to speed load times, and for ease of printing Printing 
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Scanned images of some of the great sites around the Four Corners area are available through the Karen Strom links (See the Table of Contents), and at the local National Park Service Web sites listed on the Karen Strom link page.

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Power Hand Table of Contents Power Hand

Preface

The Introduction

The Hopi

The Heritage of the Hopi

The Navajo

The Narrative of the Navajo

The Conclusion

The Illustrations and Images

Links to Karen Strom's "Voyage to Another Universe - 1994"

Suggested Reading List with Annotations Book Rock

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You are guest number at this hogan since 2 December 1997. This counter was reset to 1 after having reached 2,121,158 visitors by early December, 1997. Yes, that was 2 million plus. Yes, it sounded fishy to me too. That is why I reset it. Was Kokopelli playing games, or checking for additional glyphs?

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Sunlit Mesa on 
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Black Mesa Illuminated by Sunlight on a Stormy Day

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Contents, including illustrations and photos, copyright T. K. Reeves, 1997, 1998, 1999.



This page of Petroglyphs and diggings into the history of northeastern Arizona was last revised Digger 
Kokopelli on 1 August 1999.



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