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Voices from the Dust
|Title||Voices from the Dust|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1933|
|Date Published||January 1933|
|Keywords||Archaeology; Mexico; Native Americans – Aztec; Pre-Columbian American History|
This article claims that Chihuahua, Mexico was once inhabited by a brilliant civilization. A visit to the ruins shows remarkable skills in masonry, textiles, and pottery, as well as a preoccupation with warfare and ingenious designs for protection. The inhabitants of this civilization may have been the Gadianton robbers.
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