Unique and mysterious, Canyon de Chelly National Monument stands out from any other site we visited in the southwestern US. Largely spread out in broad fertile valleys below thousand-foot canyon walls, it’s been inhabited continuously for 3,500 years, longer than anywhere on the Colorado Plateau, today by the Diné of the Navajo Nation. It was surveyed by one of the world’s most famous couples—can you guess who? Its treasures were discovered by another power couple, their success credited almost entirely to him—but his wife’s incredible contributions (and places visitors aren’t allowed to see in Canyon de Chelly) will be brought to light in the film Canyon del Muerto to be released this year.
https://latitude65.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/C-de-Chelly-Feature.jpg 1440 1920 Spice /wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Lat65-1.svg Spice2022-05-08 05:29:492022-05-08 06:33:22A Fascinating Chapter on Women in Archeology: Ann Axtell Morris at Canyon de Chelly