List of Ancestral Puebloan dwellings in Arizona

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This is a list of Ancestral Puebloan dwellings in Arizona.

Locations[edit]

Site name Pueblo peoples Nearest town (modern name) Location Type Description Photo
Kiet Siel Ancestral Puebloan Kayenta Navajo Reservation Grand house Ruins located at the Navajo National Monument. Keet Seel closeup.jpg
Betatakin Ancestral Puebloan Kayenta Navajo Reservation Grand house Ruins located at the Navajo National Monument. Betatakin Cliff Dwellings.jpg
Inscription House Ancestral Puebloan Kayenta Navajo Reservation Grand house Ruins located at the Navajo National Monument.
Casa Malpaís Springerville Ruins. A National Historic Landmark. Casa Malpais Kiva.jpg
White House Navajo land Ruins located in Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Canyon de Chelly White House.jpg
Sliding House Navajo land Ruins located in Canyon de Chelly National Monument.
Cerro Prieto Hohokam Trincheras Ruins.
Tumamoc Hill Hohokam Trincheras Ruins.
Indian Mesa Hohokam Peoria Lake Pleasant Regional Park Village Ruins Peoria-Lake Pleasant Regional Park-Indian Mesa Ruins 1.jpg
Los Morteros Hohokam Trincheras Ruins.
Antelope House Canyon de Chelly Ruins located in Canyon de Chelly National Monument.
Sierra Ancha Salado Cliff dwellings Ruins. Sierra Ancha dwellings.jpg
Devil's Chasm Salado Ruins. Located in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness.
Canyon Creek Ruins Salado Ruins. Located in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness.
Pueblo Canyon Ruins Salado Ruins. Located in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness.
Cold Springs Ruins Salado Ruins. Located in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness.
Cooper Forks Canyon Ruins Salado Ruins. Located in the Sierra Ancha Wilderness.
Upper ruin Salado Roosevelt Ruins. The pueblo sits in the Tonto National Monument Archeological District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located in the Tonto National Monument. Tonto National Monument 03.jpg
Walnut Canyon Sinagua Flagstaff Ruins. A National Monument. Cliff Homes (148608243).jpg
Agate House Holbrook Ruins. Located in the Petrified Forest National Park. Agate House.jpg
Snaketown Phoenix Ruins. Located in the Hohokam Pima National Monument, it is listed as a National Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kinishba Mogollon Whiteriver Great house Ruins. Including more than 600 rooms, this great house is a National Historic Landmark located on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.[1] Kinishba.jpg
Pueblo Grande Phoenix Ruins. A National Historic Landmark. Arizona Pueblo Grande 279.JPG
Tuzigoot Sinagua Clarkdale Ruins. A National Monument. Tuzi pueblo01.jpg
Awatovi Navajo County Ruins. Awatovi Ruins.jpg
Box Canyon Ruins Flagstaff Ruins located in the Wupatki National Monument. Box canyon ruins.jpg
Wukoki Sinagua Flagstaff Ruins located in the Wupatki National Monument. Wukoki Pueblo Ruins 01.jpg
Lomaki Sinagua Flagstaff Ruins located in the Wupatki National Monument.
Citadel Sinagua Flagstaff Ruins located in the Wupatki National Monument.
Nalakihu Sinagua Flagstaff Ruins located in the Wupatki National Monument.
Tusayan Ruins located in the Grand Canyon. Tusayan at the Grand Canyon-Large Kiva.jpeg
Old Oraibi Hopi Oraibi Great house Active with ruins on-site. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and declared a National Historic Landmark. Oraibi.jpg
Homolovi Ancestral Puebloan Winslow Ruins located at Homolovi State Park.
Elden Sinagua Flagstaff Ruins. Elden Ruins - 1926.jpg
Honanki Sedona Ruins. Honanki Ruins cliff dwelling.jpg
Montezuma Castle Sinagua Ruins. A National Monument. Montezuma Castle.jpg
Palatki Sinagua Sedona Ruins located on the Palatki Heritage Site. Palatki sinagua indian dwellings.jpg
Casa Grande Hohokam Coolidge Ruins. Casa Grande under shelter.jpg
Chichilticalli Ruins. Chichilticalli is in southern Arizona in the Sulfur Springs Valley, within the bend of the Dos Cabeza and Chiricahua Mountains.
Kinnazinde Ruins.
Bailey Ruin Pinedale, Arizona Ruins of a multi-storied pueblo of 200-250 rooms from AD 1275 to 1325 (late Pueblo III Era and/or early Pueblo IV Era).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Journal of the Southwest 49 (1): 1-94, March 2007