By People Staff
June 30, 1980 12:00 PM

The Mesa Verde National Park Museum re-creates the lifestyle of cliff-dwelling Pueblo Indians from around A.D. 550 until they abandoned the site in 1300. Their early high-rise apartments honeycomb the rocks, and cave-like religious sanctuaries are intact. An exhibit features stone axes, turkey feather blankets, mummies and the fine pottery of a tribe otherwise lost to history.