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A.D. 1250: Ancient Peoples of the Southwest A.D. 1250: Ancient Peoples of the Southwest by Lawrence W. Cheek
Explore one of the Southwest's most enduring mysteries: the unexplained disappearance of five once-thriving ancient Indian civilizations around A.D. 1250. What happened to the people? Why did they leave? Where did they go? Travel with author Lawrence W. Cheek to ancient Indian ruins and survey the artifacts these people left behind . . . the pieces to this fascinating puzzle. Included with the book is a free-standing map, Indian Ruins of the Southwest, that provides detailed travel information on the 25 sites visited in the book.
Great American Motorcycle Tours Great American Motorcycle Tours  
by Gary McKechnie  
You're a rider. There are millions of miles of road to ride. Let Gary McKechnie be your guide. He's spent years exploring the nation by bike and here, in Great American Motorcycle Tours, he gives you his top 20 tours from the rocky New England coast to the glorious wide-open west to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. In Arizona, you'll find the start of the Red Rocks Run: Sedona, AZ to Zion National Park, UT. Buy this book now

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