Lowry Pueblo celebrates 50th year with look into mysterious past

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Lowry Pueblo celebrates 50th year with look into mysterious past

Special tours highlight landmark’s mysterious past
Visitors stretch a tape measure across the Great Kiva in the Lowry Pueblo, which is more than 160 feet in diameter.
Patricia Flint, right, a volunteer with the Bureau of Land Management, leads a tour inside Lowry Pueblo during the 50th anniversary of its designation as a historic place.
A doorway in the Lowry Pueblo.
The Lowry Pueblo ruins, located near Pleasant View.
Tyson Hughes demonstrates flint knapping, the technique ancestral Puebloans used to create stone arrowheads, at the Anasazi Heritage Center during Lowry’s 50th anniversary celebration.

Lowry Pueblo celebrates 50th year with look into mysterious past

Visitors stretch a tape measure across the Great Kiva in the Lowry Pueblo, which is more than 160 feet in diameter.
Patricia Flint, right, a volunteer with the Bureau of Land Management, leads a tour inside Lowry Pueblo during the 50th anniversary of its designation as a historic place.
A doorway in the Lowry Pueblo.
The Lowry Pueblo ruins, located near Pleasant View.
Tyson Hughes demonstrates flint knapping, the technique ancestral Puebloans used to create stone arrowheads, at the Anasazi Heritage Center during Lowry’s 50th anniversary celebration.
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