The Hohokam ruins of Mesa Grande
, located near Mesa, Arizona, will be reopened to the public in the fall of 2012 according to Arizona's East Valley Tribune
. The Hohokam were one of the four major prehistoric peoples living in what is today the American Southwest, flourishing in the Sonoran Desert from c. 1-1450 CE. Well-known for their beautiful ceramics and jewelry, the Hohokam were also skilled engineers who created some of the most advanced and sophisticated irrigation canals in the Americas. Please click here
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