• A storm gathers behind the pueblo at Tuzigoot

    Tuzigoot

    National Monument Arizona

NPS Historic Photograph Collection

NPS Historic Photograph Collection

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Historical Photograph
Catalog Number: HPC-000095; Photographer: ; Year: ; Description: Looking across lazy Verde River to Tuzigoot Ruins, Arizona, fortified twelfth century hilltop pueblo atop end of a long limestone ridge. Parksite: Tuzigoot NM.
 
Historical Photograph
Catalog Number: HPC-000155; Photographer: Grant, George A.; Year: 1945; Description: Tuzigoot ruin from the south, Verde River in the foreground. Parksite: Tuzigoot NM.
 
Histoical Photograph
Catalog Number: HPC-000708; Photographer: Grant, George A.; Year: 1940; Description: Number 1, the left end of a panorama of two pictures looking westward from the top of Tuzigoot Ruins shownig the Verde River Valley and the backwash from the Clarksdale smelter. Half way up the mountainside on the left... the city of Jerome, AZ. Parksite: Tuzigoot NM.
 
Historical Photograph
Catalog Number: HPC-001092; Photographer: Grant, George A.; Year: 1940; Description: View looking westward from the top of Tuzigoot Ruins showing the Verde River Valley and backwash from the Clarkdale Smelter. Parksite: Tuzigoot NM.
 
Historical Photograph
Catalog Number: HPC-001369; Photographer: Grant, George A.; Year: 1945; Description: Ruin from the copper smelter tailings pond. Parksite: Tuzigoot NM.
 

Did You Know?

Stone ax

All the timbers used for support beams in the roofs of Tuzigoot National Monument were cut with stone axes. Today you can see ax heads and even the cut end of a beam, centuries old, in our museum.