The Little Colorado River has always been a heavily used migration route for the people of the American Southwest from the Archaic period right up through the end of the pueblo period. Lyman Lake Arizona area was traversed most in the more recent eras by the Hopi and the Zuni who settled pueblos there. Much archaeology has been done in that area in cooperation with Hopi and Zuni.

Here is Part 2 of my petroglyph exploration at Lyman Lake, post broken toe. Part 1 was the north shore. Part 2 is the south shore.

Part 1: https://theancientsouthwest.com/2018/07/03/6000-bce-to-1400-ce-arizona/

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