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Shirley Peaches hails from Tall Mountain in the Navajo Nation, 25 miles from the nearest paved road and functioning water faucet.
“My family still uses melted snow to wash dishes, wash clothes,” she says.
According to Anthropologist & historians, Ice-Age Paleo-Indian hunters roamed the Monument Valley area thousands of years earlier, followed by archaic hunter gatherers.
Evidence of Anasazi in Monument Valley is still visible through their sites and ruins dating before 1300 A. It wasn’t until 1581 that the first Spaniards made contact with them. The Long Walk of the Navajos is a prominent history in Navajo life because it officially established Navajoland upon the release of the Navajos from Bosque Redondo, New Mexico where they were incarcerated in January 1864.
LA 32964 is a large multicomponent site with surface evidence of a Basketmaker III/early Pueblo I occupation and a Pueblo II/early Pueblo III unit pueblo.
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The numerous mesas, benches, and ridges in the area, aptly named Tse'nahazoh ("earth marked by rocks"), provided suitable materials for building and the manufacture of chipped stone tools.
Tucked between high mountains and low-relief settings, this area also offers access to a wide range of biotic resources, making it ideal for transient, subsistence-based societies.
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