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Whiptail Ruin: Hunters and Migrants in Thirteenth-Century Tucson 

When: Sun., Feb. 8, 1-2 p.m. 2015
Phone: 520-615-7855
Email: eeducation@pima.gov
Price: free; Reservations required.
www.pima.gov/nrpr
Whiptail Ruin is a pre-Columbian village occupied for about 100 years during the late A.D. 1100s into the 1200s. The village’s location at the Agua Caliente springs meant the Hohokam who lived there were on the frontier. Join Linda Gregonis for a discussion of this site. Reservations required.

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