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Nice pics Chance [smile] another place I shall have to visit on my return to Az
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Well worth a visit. Manitou. But you can only go so far in without a guide.

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Gentlemen, there is alot of political correctness which causes information to be possibly inaccurate. While the Asian migration of what became the native American culture is thought to have taken place around the time mentioned, there are numerous relics from even older cultures. The Clovis Culture which is a "precolumbian culture" existed in various pockets of North America, the largest of which is in the south east. They were Caucasians, used spears and spear throwers to hunt everything from the smallest prey to the mastadon. Estimates are from 20,000 to 30,000 years ago. (Placing them there about the time the Neandertals were dying out in Eruope.) The current thought is they were related to Eurpoe Soultrian culture. How they got here is anyone's guess.
The anisasi are another interesting cultural enigma in which more is known about them that is kept back from public knowledge, The Navahos and Apache have some very interesting stories about them. Reference Tom Horn and the Anisasi in a Google search and you'll come across some perplexing info. There is reference to the ant people, and giants all seems to fit with ancient Hopi legends. Also co-oberated with many California indian tribal tales. Weird stuff that makes you really wonder what the past was really like.
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Sorry about all the typing errors, hope it's not to difficult to read.
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