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8x10 - Cliff Palace with Mary Colter (1931)

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"The lady standing at the cliff edge and bending over to get a better view is believed to be Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter (1869-1958).” - excerpt of interpretive text included with photo.
 
In honor of the 2006 centennial celebration of Mesa Verde National Park, historical photographs from the Park archives were restored, reproduced and made available to the public in matted photographs and notecards.  5”x7” photograph matted to 8”x10”.
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8x10 - Navajo Weavers (1920)

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"In this photograph, there are three Navajo women weaving.  Two women work at the first loom, while another works at the loom behind...” - excerpt of interpretive text included with photo.

Photograph courtesy of the Animas Museum.  5”x7” photograph matted to 8”x10”.

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8x10 - Spruce Tree House (1896)

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"Thomas McKee, a photographer from Montrose, CO., photographed Spruce Tree House in 1896.  Using glass plates, he set up his darkroom in the back of Spruce Tree House...” - excerpt of interpretive text included with photo.

In honor of the 2006 centennial celebration of Mesa Verde National Park, historical photographs from the Park archives were restored, reproduced and made available to the public in matted photographs and notecards.  5”x7” photograph matted to 8”x10”.

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8x10 - Spruce Tree with Mary Colter (1931)

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"This photograph of Spruce tree House is from Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter's collection of early photographs of Mesa Verde...” - excerpt of interpretive text included with photo.

In honor of the 2006 centennial celebration of Mesa Verde National Park, historical photographs from the Park archives were restored, reproduced and made available to the public in matted photographs and notecards.  5”x7” photograph matted to 8”x10”.

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Beginners Guide to Birds

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From America's foremost authorities on birds, this pocket-size, brilliantly colorful, simple-to-use guide is an ideal introduction to the birds of the Western United States.
Is that butterfly outside your window a Monarch or a Giant Swallowtail? What's the best kind of feeder for attracting birds to your backyard? This pocket-size, brilliantly colorful, simple-to-use guide is an ideal introduction to the birds of the Western United States. It contains dozens of full-color photographs that enable readers of all ages to identify the most common species; range maps; tips on attracting and observing birds; information on habitat needs, life cycle, food preferences; and much more.
Special features include:

  • Coverage of 100 species
  • Unique organization by birds' plumage colors
  • User-friendly color tab index for quick reference
  • Brilliant full-color photographs of each species, plus separate images of male and female when plumage differs
  • Useful tips for attracting birds
  • Information on voice, habitat, nest, eggs, incubation time, population trends, behavior, birdhouse and feeder preferences, and much more

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    1996-10-01
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    Coloring Book Southwest Indians

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    For thousands of years Native Americans have lived and worked in the hot, arid, and often inhospitable lands of the American Southwest.  Now artist Peter F. Copeland recreates the lives and cultures of those Indians in 40 detailed and carefully researched illustrations. 

    Included are ready-to-color depictions of Southwest Indians of the past and present—from the 1840s to the 1980s.  Informative, descriptive captions accompany the illustrations, making this no only an enjoyable collection of pictures to color but an educational and stimulating introduction to Indian culture as well.

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    1994-03-14
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    Creatures of the Desert World Pop-Up Book

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    Whether or not they are reading yet, children are sure to love this multitiered pop-up book, teeming with gorgeously illustrated desert animals.  Full of ineractive pull tabs and educational material, this book is sure to be a delightful and fun read for all.

    This National Geographic Action Book takes readers through a day in the Sonoran Desert, starting with the kestrel's morning flight and ending with night prowlers hunting under a full moon. The story bounces around from animal to animal with a large cast including mountain lions, roadrunners, and rattlesnakes. 

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    1991-01-01
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    Cutest Critter

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    The cutest critter is...

    Baby critters are soft and cuddly, but which is the cutest? Award-winning author Marion Dane Bauer poses this question, leading readers on a heartwarming journey to find The Cutest Critter. Stan Tekiela's adorable photographs provide plenty of choices, but by story's end there is just one answer. Stan and Marion's other collaborations both won Mom's Choice Awards. The Cutest Critter is sure to become another family favorite. Share it with someone you love, and introduce them to the wonders of nature.

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    Flying Home

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    As you hopscotch with Craig Childs and his pilot friend Neal Schwieterman from one tiny mesa-top landing strip to another in a 1946 Cessna, your perspective will alternate between hawk's-eye panoramas of the Plateau in all its pattern and splendor and on-the-ground visits to intriguing locations.  Come aboard and fly directly into the heart of the Colorado Plateau.

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    Journal Rock Art Animals

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    A sturdy, spiral-bound, blank journal for writing, drawing and park passport stamps.  The rock art drawing on the cover of this journal was inspired by pictographs and petroglyphs which illustrate the importance the early people placed on animals in bother their daily and spiritual lives.  Made in Colorado by Milo Papers.

    Dimensions 6.25" x 7.75"

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    Journal Rock Art Deer Sheep

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    A sturdy, spiral-bound, blank journal for writing, drawing and park passport stamps. The rock art drawing on the cover of this journal was inspired by pictographs and petroglyphs. The diverse postures of these animals suggests that the animals were representations of spiritual beings, of directional markers or records of history. Made in Colorado by Milo Papers.

    Dimensions 6.25" x 7.75"

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    Mesa Verde Park Smarts for Kids

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    Explore your knowledge of Mesa Verde National Park with this fun activity book!  Color pictures, solve puzzles and connect-the-dots, search and find objects that you may see in the park and much more.  Inside are 24 pages of fun things to do:  crossword puzzles, word search puzzles, mazes, coloring pages, and more.

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    Monument Valley Story Behind Scenery

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    Here is the story of the Navajo who live there, the Gouldings who established the trading post, and Josef Muench who as young photographer took his very first color photo there in 1937. This 9 x 12 book is overflowing with beautiful photos and interpretive text on this National Park for your enjoyment.

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    2001-01-01
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    Notecard - Navajo Weavers (1920)

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    "In this photograph, there are three Navajo women weaving.  Two women work at the first loom, while another works at the loom behind...” - excerpt of interpretive text included with photo.

    Photograph courtesy of the Animas Museum.  These photo notecards have 4x6 glossy photograph matted in a window cut in high quality cardstock. They are blank inside, have matching envelopes, and are individually bagged.

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    Notecard - Spruce Tree with Mary Colter (1931)

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    "This photograph of Spruce tree House is from Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter's collection of early photographs of Mesa Verde...” - excerpt of interpretive text included with photo.

    In honor of the 2006 centennial celebration of Mesa Verde National Park, historical photographs from the Park archives were restored, reproduced and made available to the public in matted photographs and notecards.  These photo notecards have 4x6 glossy photograph matted in a window cut in high quality cardstock. They are blank inside, have matching envelopes, and are individually bagged.

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    Retro Ranger Art Print Set

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    Buy Both and save!  Individually $30 each.  Vintage style artwork of Cliff Palace and Balcony House from the Retro Ranger collection by Impact. This beautiful giclee print is produced using archival matte finish paper and fade resistant inks of the highest quality. Its beauty is designed to last a lifetime.  Designed and printed in the USA.  

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    Tee Ladies Cliff Palace CON0002/C7071

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    Appearing on the back of this tee is a colorful rendition of Cliff Palace from artist Ruth Osa. On the front left chest is the classic Mesa Verde park logo. Designed and printed in the USA.

    Short sleeve crew neck tee, crafted from a 60/40 ring spun combed cotton/poly for ultimate comfort. Featuring; sideseams for a curved silhouette, short set-in sleeves, 1/2" rib knit collar with spandex, tear-away label and, taped neck and shoulder seams. Available in petal and vino.  These tees run small, please see measurements below.

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    Treasures of the National Parks

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    Travel back in time and place to experience the grandeur and history of 24 of our most spectacular National Parks “then and now”. From the depths of the Grand Canyon to Yosemite valley, from the shorelines of Acadia and Olympic to Yellowstone’s geysers, join photographer Paul Horsted as he discovers the sites where pioneering photographers set up their cameras long ago. In precisely-matched photo pairs you’ll see the beauty and history of our parks as they appear now and as they looked 75, 100, or even 150 years ago. GPS data is provided to guide you on your own National Park adventure! This beautiful book is an invaluable record of our parks for today, as well as a future reference for anyone who cares about these treasured landscapes. This 240-page, oversize 11x12-inch book is beautifully designed, printed in full color, and includes more than 170 "then and now" images of 24 of our grandest National Parks.

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    zzC is for Coyote

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    C is for Coyote is an exciting alphabetical journey through the Southwest.  With a fresh approach to learning the alphabet using the fascinating animals and spectacular places of the region, this book is sure to delight.  Fun and informative facts combined with stunning photgraphy make learning the ABC's more adventerous than ever before.

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