Fred Blackburn

Four Corners History

Link List

  • Anasazi Heritage Center
    The Anasazi Heritage Center is a museum of the Ancestral Puebloan (or Anasazi) culture and other Native cultures in the Four Corners region. It is also the starting point for visits to Canyons of the Ancients National Monument .
  • Chaco Canyon Research Archive
    The Chaco Research Archive is an online resource providing access to a wealth of information documenting the history of archaeological research in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. The archive includes material from dozens of sites excavated in the Chaco Culture National Historical Park and beyond.
  • Cortez Cultural Center
    The Center is a non profit organization. We have a gift shop focused on goods representing Southwestern cultures, made by local artisans; a museum representing the past and present of the Cortez area; an art gallery whose exhibits change monthly, featuring local artists; a classroom, kitchen, art studio, and darkroom that are available for use by members of the public; and a dance plaza/outdoor performance space located in the heart of downtown Cortez. We have lectures, music, plays, art exhibits, and much more year round. The Center also owns Hawkins Preserve, a 122-acre natural and cultural preserve open to the public year-round.
  • Fort Lewis College
  • Mesa Verde
    Mesa Verde is famous for the Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings constructed within its cliff alcoves. A trip to Mesa Verde would not be complete without a visit to one of these culturally significant sites.
  • Mesa Verde Country
  • Ute Mountain Tribal Park
    Come experience a trip back into time and witness aSandal House, Ute Mountain Tribal Park special Native American interpretation of the culturally diverse homelands of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. Spend time in our incomparable Ute Mountain Tribal Park with one of our knowledgeable Native American Ute tour guides. Guides interpret Ute* Indian History, Ute pictographs, geological land formations, and Ancestral Pueblo* petro glyphs, artifacts and dwellings.
  • Wetherill
    The Wetherill family were responsible for some of the most important archeological discoveries in the Southwest. Another branch of the family were major contributors to the industrial revolution in America in the 19th century.

Mesa Verde

Cliff Palace Mesa Verde, Colorado

Cliff Palace