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Slowly, the Navajo families left Wupatki National Monument too, either voluntarily or under pressure from the National Park Service, which sought to eliminate private use of the public land it managed.
Among the topics are ancient peoples and places of the San Francisco Peaks, the eruption of Sunset Crater volcano, Hohokam and Chaco in the Sierra Sin Agua, the big view from small sites in Wupatki National Monument, pottery and cotton textiles, and evidence from the site of New Caves for the troubled end of Pueblo life.
Flagstaff is near the sites that define this slice of desert: the Grand Canyon, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Meteor Crater, Wupatki National Monument.
The unusally striped hills of Blue Mesa, top, are among the sights in Petrified Forest National Park, while the remains of an 800-year-old pueblo can be explored at Wupatki National Monument, above.
Robert Trotter, a professor of anthropology at Northern Arizona University, did a study a while back on visits to Wupatki National Monument in Arizona.
Golden Eaglets at Wupatki--The National Park Service has issued a proposed rule on the collection of golden eaglets for ceremonial purposes by the Hopi Tribe in Wupatki National Monument (see News, March/April 2000).
11 and 21 on the train, stopping at the Grand Canyon, Sunset Crater and Wupatki National Monument before continuing to Los Angeles and up the California coast to Oakland, where passengers transfer to the ship for a cruise of the Sacramento Delta, Napa Valley wine country and San Francisco Bay.
After reading "Hopis Petition for Eaglet Capture," I find myself in moral confusion concerning the Hopi request to capture and kill golden eaglets in Wupatki National Monument.