Audio Journeys: Homolovi Ruins State Park, Holbrook, Arizona
- Narrated by: J. D. Streeter
- Length: 28 mins
- Radio/TV Program
- Release date: 08-26-09
- Language: English
- Publisher: Big Happy Family, LLC
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Traditional music provides the soundtrack as J.D. Streeter and Patricia Lawrence lead the Travel Radio International visit to the Homolovi Pueblos. Located on a mesa above the Little Colorado River, near Winslow, Arizona, these important Hopi ancestral and religious sites date back 5,000 years. The state park features four primary pueblos, smaller structures, and original artifacts, including panels of petroglyphs with depictions of kachina and clan symbols from the main building periods. This fascinating "audiojourney", which also touches on the food and culture of the Hopi, includes information about the tribe and site from a park manager, ranger, and tribe members..
Audio Journeys by Travel Radio International takes a road trip through the southwest United States. Overlooking the Little Colorado River, near Winslow, Arizona, not far from Interstate 40, we stop to explore Homolovi Ruins State Park. This very important Arizona park protects and interprets the 5,000-year-old Homolovi Pueblos, built by ancestors of the Hopi people of today.
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