The two-story Crow Canyon Lodge (1982) and the three-story research and educational center (1989), Neo–Pueblo Revival structures of stucco and squared logs, are the hubs of a complex which allows students and amateurs a chance to practice archaeological techniques. Ten squared log, hexagonal hogans (1980s) provide additional housing for participants in digs at various nearby sites, including Sand Canyon Pueblo, a thirteenth-century complex of more than 400 rooms, kivas, and towers.
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