Hohokam Pima

National Monument - Arizona

Park is NOT open to the public. The Hohokam Pima National Monument is an ancient Hohokam village within the Gila River Indian Community, near present-day Sacaton, Arizona. The monument features the archaeological Snaketown, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.

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Hohokam Pima NM https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/cultural_diversity/hohokam_pima_national_monument.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hohokam_Pima_National_Monument Park is NOT open to the public. The Hohokam Pima National Monument is an ancient Hohokam village within the Gila River Indian Community, near present-day Sacaton, Arizona. The monument features the archaeological Snaketown, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964. The "Monument" is located on the Gila River Indian Reservation and is under tribal ownership. The Gila River Indian Community has decided not to open the extremely sensitive area to the public. There is no park brochure, passport stamp, picture stamp or other free literature available. Please do not attempt to visit this area. The park was not established beyond an administrative action. There is nothing to see and it is trespassing to wander Gila River Indian Community lands. No Visitor Center, Roads, Signs, or Facilities of any sort Park is NOT open to the public. Pima 1 two rangers in the distance in desert nothingness No features, no services, no markers, no signs, NO PUBLIC ACCESS PIMA 2 dirt and desert scrub plants in featureless area Backfilled old archeological dig, NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC, nothing to see Pima 3 tiny pottery sherds on desert floor Illegal to collect any artifact, plant, rock. TRESPASSING to atempt a visit. PIMA 4 telephone pole, female ranger, dip in rather featureless desert Park is NOT open to the public. No special features to view, no signs, no tours, no roads. Pima 5 desert scrub brush and a lumpy hill of tan dirt It is too easy to get lost, and is trespassing besides. Please do NOT attempt to visit the site. Southwest River Environments In the arid Southwest, water means life, and prehistorically, rivers were the lifelines of the people. The Colorado River flowing through a canyon Southern Basin and Range The Southern Basin and Range is an extension of the Basin and Range Province centered on Nevada and the Great Basin and extending from southern Oregon to western Texas, and into northwest Mexico. Mountains and Desert in Guadalupe Mountains National Park Series: Defining the Southwest The Southwest has a special place in the American imagination – one filled with canyon lands, cacti, roadrunners, perpetual desert heat, a glaring sun, and the unfolding of history in places like Tombstone and Santa Fe. In the American mind, the Southwest is a place without boundaries – a land with its own style and its own pace – a land that ultimately defies a single definition. Maize agriculture is one component of a general cultural definition of the Southwest.

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