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Bookmark Earthtone


This BookRug™ was inspired by a handowven Native American flatweave rug design from the American Southwest.  The patent-pending urethane core is tear-resistant and if bent will return to its orginal flat shape.


Bookmark Mesa Verde


Photographers —Bob & Suzanne Clemenz, George H. H. Huey and Tom Till

Established by Act of Congress on June 29, 1906, Mesa Verde National Park was the first established to preserve the works of people.  The culture represented at Mesa Verde reflects more than 700 years of history.  From approximately A.D. 600 through 1300 people lived and flourished in communities throughout the area, eventually building elaborate stone villages in the sheltered alcoves of the canyon walls.  Today most people call these sheltered villages "cliff dwellings."  The cliff dwellings represent the last 75 to 100 years of occupation at Mesa Verde.


Bookmark Mesa Verde Stamp


This laminated bookmark displays a genuine U.S. stamp from 1934 featuring Cliff Palace on marbleized paper.  The original 4¢ stamp was issued on September 25, 1934 to commemorate Mesa Verde National Park and was part of a set of ten stamps issued that year dedicated to major U.S. national parks.  The bookmark colors are varied in earth-tones, golds, reds, blues or greens - please allow us to select a color for you.  Approximate size is 1.75" x 5.5"