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At the Edge of the Volcano

1 Hour, DVD
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Wupatki National Monument
Walnut Canyon National Monument
Sunset Crater National Monument

For an ancient people known to archaeologists as the Sinagua, there were warning signs as the Earth trembled under foot. Sunset Crater Volcano erupted over 900 years ago and smothered the entire region in cinders and ash... and left an imprint on the people. This is the story of three National Monuments that preserve the history of Sunset Crater Volcano and those who lived At the Edge of the Volcano.

In the deep recesses of Walnut Canyon, cliff dwellings afforded protection from the blowing winds and bitter cold of winter. To the north at Wupatki National Monument, skilled builders constructed one of the largest pueblos in the region. Discover the intriguing tale of resilience and skill, of native peoples who carved a civilization out of a desert wilderness.

ISBN 1-56057-126-8
UPC 09347-00126

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