In the Americas With David Yetman

Ancient Peoples Of The Colorado Plateau

Season 10, Episode 2 of 13

More than a thousand years before the arrival of Europeans in the southwestern U.S. native peoples were establishing their occupation of the Colorado Plateau. They learned early how to derive a living in a dry climate where winters were bitter and summers torrid. And they left behind proof of their scientific and technological accomplishments in plain sight-with a little assistance from contemporary archaeologists.

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