Southwest Ancestors Calendar
In the region of the United States now called the Southwest the Elders who came before us found that if they climbed the heights of a mesa alive with green trees that it would make a good place to live. That was around 550 A.D. These ancestors a plateau that was rich with water, soil, and wood to aide in survival. Over the course of some 800 years the mesa became the site of countless thriving villages that in today’s world would even be considered cities, at least some were that large. Mysteriously around 1300 A.D. the People left the lands behind but they left an extraordinary architectural and cultural heritage. This lovely wall calendar for 2013 celebrates the legacy left to us and the preservation of the sites.
- Format is Standard Wall
- Size when closed is 10 3/4 inches by 13 3/4 inches
- Size when opened is 21 1/2 inches by 13 3/4 inches
- Grid Size is Medium Rectangle
- Binding is Stapled
- Time Span is 12 month +4
- Published by Tide-Mark
Shipping for this 2018 calendar begins after May 31, 2017. Customers can place a pre-order now, however.