Navajo Springs

Chaco Culture, Chaco Culture Influenced, Arizona, Constructed 1060 C.E. - 1220 C.E.; located in Arizona. Navajo Springs Pueblo is about 1000 meters (.6 mile) south-southwest of Taylor Springs Pueblo (see above).

Elevation is c. 1828 meters (6000 feet) above sea level.

Materials: mortarless stone walls, wood log roof structure, with mud/clay roof.

Data for CG model:
1. Roberts, 1939.
2. Stein, John R. and Lekson, Stephen H, 1992; Anasazi Ritual Landscapes, a paper in Doyal, David E., Editor; Anasazi Regional Organization and the Chaco System, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers No. 5, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1992.3. Topographic data from Google Earth.
3. Powers, Gillespie, and Lekson, 1983; The Outlier Survey, A Regional View of Settlement in the San Juan Basin, Reports of the Chaco Center, Number 3, Division of Cultural Research, National Park Service, U. S. Department of the Interior, Albuquerque

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