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Needle Drills Ceramicss, such as this bowl, show the artistry of the Ancestral Puebloans. Pottery is just one of many ancient artifacts on show in museums in the region. T H E H I S T O R Y O F A R I Z O N A W HERE TO FIND A NCESTRAL P UEBLOAN RUINS The kiva was the religious and ceremonial center of Ancestral Puebloan life. Still used by modern Pueblo Indians, a kiva usually had no windows and the only access was through a hole in the roof. Small kivas were used by a single family unit, while large kivas were designed to accommodate the whole community.

Most are healthy people under 40 who are dehydrated or exhausted. • Drink plenty of water and/or electrolyte liquids as you hike, even if you don’t feel thirsty. • Eat often, even while you are hiking. High-carb and salty foods are good. • Hats, sun protective clothing, and sunscreen are essential. • Do not attempt to hike to the bottom of the canyon and back in a single day. B ACKCOUNTRY C AMPING park, backcountry camping exists primarily to facilitate multi-day hikes into the canyon. In fact, demand far outpaces supply, so visitors should try and reserve camp spaces early if they are contemplating spending a few nights in the canyon.

Many died during harsh weather en route, and many more from disease at the reservation. In 1868, the Navajo were given 20,000 sq miles (51,800 sq km) across Arizona, New Mexico, and southern Utah. In 1845, the US acquired Texas and, when Mexico resisted further moves, it set off the Mexican War. 25 million. In 1854, the United States bought Southern Arizona through the Gadsden Purchase for $10 million. Finally, in 1863, the US government recognized Arizona as a separate territory, and drew the state line that exists between it and New Mexico today.

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