Canyon of the Ancients

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Kate Sarther Gann
Communications Coordinator
(520) 882-6946, ext. 16

2017
16
Jul

Diné and Pueblo Youth Join to Fight Fracking of the Chaco Landscape

Diné and Pueblo Youth Join to Fight Fracking of the Chaco Landscape “Save the sacredness of our land and our water and our air and our soil. With fracking, all of those components in life are at a threat,” Antonio said. The group recently held a “consent dinner” for the communities of Tor...
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2015
31
May

Archaeology Southwest's Paul Reed Explains How Oil and Gas Development Threatens the Chaco Landscape

Archaeology Southwest's Paul Reed Explains How Oil and Gas Development Threatens the Chaco Landscape Chaco Culture National Historical Park, and affiliated sites on nearby Navajo Nation and Bureau of Land Management lands, are designated as a World Heritage Site – one of only 22 such sites in the...
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2014
18
May

DNA from Clovis-Era Skeleton Found in Mexico Confirms Modern Native American Ancestry

DNA from Clovis-Era Skeleton Found in Mexico Confirms Modern Native American Ancestry An international team of scientists have uncovered the most genetically complete human skeleton from the New World yet, dating back more than 12,000 years. The skeleton, discovered in an underwater cave system in t...
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2013
28
Apr

Did Protesting the Sale of Sacred Objects Compound the Sacrilege and Increase Auction Profits?

Did Protesting the Sale of Sacred Objects Compound the Sacrilege and Increase Auction Profits? I used to work in a Native arts gallery in Tucson. I quickly learned potential buyers of Native art want a story to go with their purchase. The better the story, the quicker the sale. The articulate plea...
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