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Fallen Walls in Agua Fria National Monument.
An Old Village Perched on the edge of a canyon in Agua Fria National Monument.
Petroglyph in Agua Fria National Monument 02.
Walking back to Pueblo la Plata.
Large Barrel Cactus in the Pueblo la Plata Cultural Site Area.
Cover Page from The Past Ten Years on Perry Mesa.
Image of the BLM's Overview Map for Agua Fria National Monument.
Page 3 from Presidential Proclamation 7263 - Establishment of the Agua Fria National Monument.
Cover Page from Perry Mesa, A Visitor Guide, Scott Wood, Tonto National Forest, 1999.
An overview map of the Agua Fria National Monument from the BLM.
The January 18, 2000, Presidential Proclamation establishing the Agua Fria National Monument.
'From National Register District to National Monument: The Past Ten Years on Perry Mesa' by Connie L. Stone traces the history of administration, land owner ship, research and planning on Perry Mesa.
A guide to the history of Perry Mesa with a focus on the Perry Mesa Tradition in the 13th and 14th centuries.
A first visit to several sites in Agua Fria National Monument.