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Precious Resources

Bronze, Edition of 30
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A group of Indians that we now call the Sinagua, meaning "without water," inhabited the northern Arizona area between 1100 - 1450 A.D. Their water resources were scarce and usually at a distance from where they lived for at least part of the year. They were very judicious in its use, teaching their other "precious resource," the children, the value of this limited natural resource.

Precious Resources