Mesa Verde National Park Mesa Verde National Park was established in by an act ofCongress The intent was to preserve sites built by Pre-Columbian Indiansin Colorado The Park is managed by the National Park Service It is over acres and contains thousands of sites of historical andarcheological significance to visitors and scientists alike Mesa VerdeNational Park preserves what remains of the cultural legacy of a group ofNative Americans that archeologists now call the Anasazi Anasazi is aNavaho word that meaning the ancient
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