Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (IRTB) Course
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moccasined feet going to and from the northern villages some te

n miles distant. The steam
of hatred betw
een the building
in the great period jealous
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ave cooled off but    Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to View
probably never

completely. Toward the clo

s houses might

and someti

mes they did not.

It all depended upon the wish of the individual builder. Most of the houses had two-pole ladders of pine. Rungs were lashed down tight with w

b to his roof-top and go down through a small hatchway or opening. This gave added protection against hostile groups. In any one of many cavate or house rooms was a fireplace. In the ceiling above was an opening for the escape of the smoke. Cliff dwellings were smoky places regardless of the type or style. Time developed the terraced community apartment house for the prehistoric Pueblo Indian in the cliff as well as

in the ope

n flats on the flo    Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to View

or of the Canyo

n. Second stories, it seems,

came quite late in the evolution of house types at Frijoles. Narrow mud walls of such poor quality as were built in earlier times at Tyuonyi would never have held two sto

Contact your e and mortar were laid or into a wall, the process of drying

out transformed the wall into a unit. This process reminds me