Wood Sources Identified in the Ancient Southwest

This is follow up to an earlier post (Researchers say 2 mountain ranges provided wood for Chaco).

Wood Sources Identified in the Ancient Southwest

There’s a massive increase in the amount of construction—about half of ‘downtown Chaco’ houses were built at the time the wood started coming from the Chuska Mountains,” Guiterman said. To read in-depth about the ancient Southwest, go to “On the Trail of the Mimbres.”

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