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Spruce Tree House
The first Ancestral Puebloans settled in Mesa Verde (Spanish for “green table”) about A.D. 550.

This village was one of the largest in Mesa Verde. It had 129 rooms and eight kivas. Some 60 to 90 persons lived here at any one time. Hundreds of years before this village was built, their ancestors probably lived in pithouses in the same alcove shelter.

Source: National Park Service
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