|Other titles||Addition of lands to Mesa Verde National Park|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands|
|The Physical Object|
Most of the areas administered by the National Park Service have been reserved from publicly owned lands; some have been gifts to the Government for public use. PHOTO —Spruce Tree House as seen from the porch of the new community house at Mesa Verde National Park, Colo. The story of Mesa Verde National Park by Gilbert R. Wenger, , Mesa Verde Museum Assoc. edition, in English - Rev. ed. Mesa Verde National Park (Colo.) -- Juvenile literature. Mesa Verde National Park (Colo.) National parks and reserves. Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities. Indians of North America -- Antiquities. Colorado -- Mesa Verde National Park. Accelerated Reader. The story of Mesa Verde National Park by Gilbert R. Wenger, , Mesa Verde Museum Association edition, in English.
Get this from a library! Mesa Verde National Park: shadows of the centuries. [Duane A Smith] -- A history of Mesa Verde National Park, from the first sighting by white men in of its impressive cliff dwellings, to today. Figure —Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde National Park, Colo., dates from to A.D. Figure —Petroglyphs in the Needles area southeast of the junction of the Green and Colorado Rivers. Trout soon disappear from the Upper Sonoran Zone, but a few more or less silt-tolerant species of warm-water fish are able to survive there. Mesa Verde National Park, Colo. (h) Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, wilderness comprising eight thousand one hundred acres, depicted on a map entitled “Wil-derness Plan, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado”, numbered ,A and dated September to be known as the Mesa Verde Wilderness. Pinnacles National Monument. Calif. Mesa Verde National Park is an American national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Montezuma County, park protects some of the best-preserved Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites in the United States.. Established by Congress and President Theodore Roosevelt in , the park occup acres (21, ha) near the Four Corners region of the American .
Get this from a library! Mesa Verde National Park: shadows of the centuries. [Duane A Smith] -- An illustrated history of the park including the cliff dwellings, Anasazi ruins, Spruce Tree House, Balcony House, Point Lookout Lodge, and Wetherill Mesa. Originally published in , Mesa Verde National Park: Shadows of the Centuries is an engaging and artfully illustrated history of an enigmatic assemblage of canyons and mesas tucked into the southwestern corner of Colorado. Duane A. Smith recounts the dramatic "discovery" of the cliff dwellings and other Anasazi ruins and the ensuing twenty-year campaign to preserve s: 3. S. a bill to designate certain lands in the Chiricahua National Monument, Ariz., as wilderness --S. a bill to designate certain lands in the Haleakala National Park, Hawaii, as wilderness --S. a bill to designate certain lands in the Mesa Verde National Park, Colo., as wilderness --S. a bill to designate certain lands in. Mesa Verde National Park: Shadows of the Centuries This is a very well-written book covering many parts of Mesa Verde National Park’s history. In addition to the ancient history, it also deals with the discovery of the ruins in , and the ensuing effort to protect the area, as well as the effects we continue to have on the park today.