Drought reveals Native American artifacts
When the dam that created a major American reservoir was built in the 1950s, Native American cliff dwellings and artifacts were submerged. Now, they’re emerging as drought lowers water levels.
KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports from Flagstaff, Arizona.
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