Metate and Mano

Grand Gulch Wilderness Study Area, UT

A metate holding corn cobs and mano stone used for grinding give visual clues into the life of Ancestral Puebloans. In the canyons of southern Utah, these ancient peoples, also referred to as the Anasazi, or Ancient Ones, invented irrigation to raise corn, beans, and squash - agriculture in an arid land that changed their hunter gatherer lifestyle. To visit these sites and imagine Native American life thousands of years ago is a gift. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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