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Located within Grand Canyon National Park, Tusayan is an Ancestral Pueblo site featuring a pueblo, plaza, kiva, and food-storage rooms. Tree-ring dates show that the site was built around A.D. 1185 and used for about 20 years. Today, this partially excavated site is on the National Register of Historic Places, and it gives visitors a glimpse into what life was like for a few of the families that called the Grand Canyon home long ago.
Tusayan Pueblo (Grand Canyon National Park)
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